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



The Return of Tule on Tuesdays
Tule Tuesdays are back! The Cache Creek Conservancy brings this popular series back to the Nature Preserve beginning in June. Expert basket weaver Ardith Read (Yosemite Mewuk & Yokut Indian) leads the classes that include discussions about traditional methods of cultivation, uses, and hands-on learning of weaving techniques. Read's baskets are on display at the Smithsonian and DeYoung Museums.

You'll find this a rewarding experience whether you are a novice, beginner or expert basket weaver.  The first session is a pre-requisite for remaining sessions because it covers traditional gathering and weaving etiquette that sets the stage for future classes.

Cost is $60 per session or $200 for all four sessions.




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Thank you for your donations during the Big Day of Giving! Thanks to your generosity we were able to raise $8,300 to help the Conservancy provide a healthy natural environment to ensure our children's future and help our community thrive.




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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.