Cache Creek Conservancy supports Cache Creek preservation,
restoration, and enhancement of the watershed.


The Nature Preserve will be closed on Saturday, July 15, 2017 and OPEN on Sunday July 16, 2017, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.



Wacky Wilderness Days at the Nature Preserve


If you’ve ever wondered how Cache Creek was formed, come to Cache Creek Conservancy’s Wacky Wilderness “Rock-N-Roll” event Wednesday, July 12, at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Learn how rocks are formed from the fiery depths of a volcano or from compressed valley sediments. 

This will be the second Wacky Wilderness Day offered by the Cache Creek Conservancy at the Preserve. The program will run from 9:00-11:00AM for kids of all ages. This a fun-filled day that will include hands-on activities and topics like rock tic-tac-toe, rock art, how rocks are used in everyday activities, and how volcanoes are associated with Cache Creek. 

There are several other Wacky Wilderness Days scheduled at the Preserve. Over the course of the summer, children will have an opportunity to go into the creek, complete fun art projects, and play water games. These are activities for kids of all ages.

The remaining Wacky Wilderness Days include:
  • July 19th – Bugs in the Creek/Creek Health 
  • July 26th – Nature Art 
  • August 2nd – Fun, Fun, Fun with Water & Old Fashioned Games 
Cost for each day is $15 per child; discounts available for families with three or more children. Please register at Eventbrite: https://wacky-wilderness-wednesdays.eventbrite.com. Also, please bring your own water and closed-toed shoes. Feel free to stay for lunch and walk the Preserve trails. There’s a lot to see at the Nature Preserve.
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Welcome to the Cache Creek Conservancy

The Cache Creek Conservancy (CCC) is a non-profit organization based in Yolo County, California, dedicated to restoration, education, and outreach. The Conservancy is governed by a volunteer board of directors, and day to day activities are carried out by an executive director and program staff.

The Cache Creek Conservancy proudly manages the Jan T. Lowrey Cache Creek Nature Preserve. The Preserve, an area of rich riverine habitat, is open to the public with hiking trails and wildlife viewing. For more information about the Preserve, please click here. Nature Preserve

The Cache Creek Conservancy offers a comprehensive "Experience the Creek" environmental education program focused on the ecology, culture, and history of the Cache Creek watershed. Teachers may choose from a broad array of “hands on” site specific teaching stations that meet California standards-based curriculum.


The Cache Creek Conservancy is dedicated to restoring the lower part of Cache Creek including removal of non-native invasive plant species and revegetation with native plants. The Conservancy offers assistance to area landowners for habitat preservation and restoration projects.