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April Open Day – Fire and Water 
Saturday, April 15, 2017

The Cache Creek Conservancy presents ”Fire and Water” on Saturday, April 15, , 2017. Check in starts at 9:00 a.m. and the program starts at 9:30 a.m. The program is led by Fred Vanderwold and Rob Beggs, experienced outdoors men and former Scout leaders. You will learn how to start a fire without modern tools and materials, and how to purify water, making it safe to drink, in this workshop. Great skills to have for the coming hiking season! There is a $5 fee for this event; $7.50 for those registering the day of the event.  
To register for this workshop signup on line at Eventbrite.

Riparian Restoration Workshop
Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Join the Cache Creek Conservancy for our 2017 Annual Restoration Workshop, featuring speakers from the Solano Resource Conservation Districts, the University of California, Davis, Wilbur Ellis, the USDA-ARS, and the Department of Pesticide Regulation who will speak on topics including ground and surface water protection, riparian restoration practices, and logistics and planning for successful vegetation management with an emphasis on riparian settings. Breaks between speakers, light morning refreshments, and a bag lunch will ensure the day will be educational, enjoyable, and entirely worthwhile. The Workshop is applying for 2.75 hours of “Laws & Regs” CE credits and 3.25 hours of “Other” CE credits.

$10 fee includes light morning refreshments and boxed lunch.  
To register for this workshop signup on line at Eventbrite.

Second Annual Wine & Wilderness
Saturday, April 29, 2017, 5-8 p.m.

Enjoy the unique experience of sampling wines and food while enjoying the scenery at the Nature Preserve. The Nature Preserve showcases some of the remaining wildlands along the creek and features Yolo County wineries, catered hors d’oeuvres, and classical music befitting the serene environment. Also available to guests will be guided tours of the Nature Preserve, demonstrations of the Cache
Creek watershed resource model, and an open house of the Visitors Center. 

This event helps support the Cache Creek Conservancy’s restoration and educational programming. The 20 year old non-profit organization focuses on restoration and preservation of the lower Cache Creek, manages the Nature Preserve, and provides environmental education to more than 3,000 school-aged children on an annual basis. 

Early bird tickets are now available at $40 per person until March 31, 2017. April 1 ticket price is $45 per person if ordered online or $55 at the door.  
To purchase your tickets visit Eventbrite.