Cache Creek Nature Preserve

Photo of Cache Creek Nature Preserve
The focus of the Conservancy’s work has been riparian restoration along a fourteen mile stretch of the Lower Cache Creek. We operate from and manage the Jan T. Lowrey Nature Preserve, which is often called the ‘Cache Creek Nature Preserve’. The Cache Creek Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Cache Creek watershed in Northern California.
Region: Sacramento Valley
Production Systems: Native Habitat (Low / No Management)
Crops/products: Native Plants
Conservation Practices: Cultural Burning, Livestock Integration, Riparian Forest Buffer, Riparian Herbaceous Cover, Structures For Wildlife, Wetland Enhancement, Wetland Restoration, Wetland Wildlife Habitat Management, Wildlife Habitat Planting


Nancy Ullrey
Executive Director
Networks/Hubs: Cache Creek Conservancy, Center For Land Based Learning