Events

Event Description Date

2017

Cache Creek Wilderness Trail Sign Replacement

We will be replacing trail signs that were burned in the 2015 fires.

8
April
Wildflower Auto-tour with Glen Holstein

Enjoy the numerous, beautiful wildflowers in the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument region.

9
April
Stebbins Cold Canyon Restoration

Join our efforts to help maintain this wonderful area!

15
April
Nature & You Lecture: “The Birds of West Coast Falconry”

Come meet the staff and birds of West Coast Falconry. Learn about raptors and their place in the art and history of falconry in the United States. LIVE BIRDS will be present so please do not wear anything with fur or feathers on it.

20
April
Wilderness First Aid, 2-Days at EcoCamp Berryessa

THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT.

27-28
April
Certified California Naturalist Course, Sign Ups

Sign up early to take part in our first ever series of classes to become a Certified California Naturalist! The registration portal opens on May 1, 2017 for classes beginning in February 2018. There are only 20 spots available so register early to save your spot.

1-1
May
The Big Day Of Giving!

Become a “CERE Guardian” by donating to Tuleyome, and pledging to Conserve, Enhance, Restore, and Enjoy our public lands on this Big Day of Giving.

4
May
Snow Mountain Camping

Camp and explore the Snow Mountain Wilderness!

20-21
May
Nature & You Lecture: “California Prairies” with Dr. Glen Holstein

Come join us for a lecture on California’s prairies with botanist Dr. Glen Holstein, currently the Chapter Botanist for the Sacramento Valley Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, and formerly the California Prairie spokesman at its Wildflower Weekend in April , 2005.

25
May
Nature & You Lecture: “The Work of the Folsom Zoo”

Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary differs from traditional zoos and is more like a sanctuary in the way the animals are acquired and the care they receive. Come learn about the zoo and its facility, and find out what they have coming up in the future. LIVE ANIMALS will be present at this event.

22
June
Nature & You Lecture: “Local Yarns” with the Yolo Wool Mill

Find out how local wool is processed and what the Yolo Wool Mill has in store for the public these days. The Yolo Wool Mill is an outgrowth of the Wool Scouring Co-op and The New Franklin Society, and operates scouring, carding and spinning equipment on a small scale. The company provides growers with a needed resource to process wool on an individual basis.

27
July
Nature & You Lecture: “How the Yolo Habitat Conservancy Plan is Protecting Native Species”, with Petrea Marchand

Come learn about the history of the Yolo Habitat Conservancy with Petra Marchand, the truth about the controversies that delayed its growth in 2015, and what the conservancy is doing now to protect the habitats of local endangered and threatened species while also accommodating development.

24
August
Nature & You Lecture: “Oak Trees and Acorns” with the Sacramento Tree Foundation

Our existing tree canopy is aging and dying. It is our job to plant the next generation of trees. Learn all about native oak trees and how to gather and plant their acorns with the staff of the Sacramento Tree Foundation.

28
September
Nature & You Lecture: “Environmental Art” with Ann Savageau

Our October 26th lecture will be on “Environmental Art” with Ann Savageau. Join us! The image is part pf her “At the Crossroads” exhibition about the toll caused by environmental destruction and global warming, and the resultant decimation of many plant and animal populations.

26
October
Nature & You Lecture: “Flood Control” with Lewis Bair

Come join Lewis Bair of Reclamation District No. 108 as he talks about the levee system and flood control in Yolo and Colusa Counties.

16
November