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Stay Safe, Stay Healthy

Please do your part to keep the Cache Creek Nature Preserve open. 


1. Practice Social Distancing

  • Walk single file, even on wide trails to give six feet of passing room to other visitors.
  • No gatherings of 10 or more people.


2. Wear a Mask

  • All visitors must wear or carry a face mask/covering.
  • The face mask/covering should be worn when passing other visitors, but can be taken off when no other groups are present.


3. Respect our Open Space

  • Please do not visit the Nature Preserve if you are sick or exhibiting symptoms such as a fever or cough.
  • Use public space at your own risk. We cannot ensure the adequate disinfection of railings, benches, and picnic tables. 
  • Please refrain from using the sandbox and excavator toys. 
  • Follow CDC guidance on personal hygiene prior to visiting parks or trails. 
  • Practice Leave No Trace principles, including pack-in and pack-out, to keep our outdoor space safe and healthy.


Spending time in nature is good for your health, especially your immune system!  Find out how: Healthy Parks, Healthy People

Check out our Facebook page for nature images and videos you can view from home.  

Logo Design Contest

Need something fun to do at home?

 The Cache Creek Conservancy is accepting design submissions for our new logo in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Cache Creek Nature Preserve! The mission of the Cache Creek Conservancy involves education, restoration, and preservation of Cache Creek. Designs will be voted on by the public and staff,  and the winner will receive a $50 Amazon gift card and the opportunity to have their design represent a local non-profit organization!


submit design here

Upcoming Activities

Proposed Visitor Center

 




learn more about the project and 

let us know what you want to 

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Volunteer Today!

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Check out our Volunteer Page

Are you interested in better health, less stress, and a sense of purpose? 

Did you know volunteering can provide these health benefits and more? 


Add longevity, meaning, functional abilities, new skills, fun, and community connection to your life! 

The ideal volunteer time-to-benefit ratio: two hours per week.

Research shows the more often you volunteer, the more benefit you get!


The Cache Creek Conservancy wants to help! 

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