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What We Do
Working Towards Permanent Protection of the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region
Tuleyome is working to protect 321,000 acres of public lands spanning from the lowlands of Putah Creek below Lake Berryessa across remote stretches of Cache Creek and up to the peaks of Goat and Snow Mountains. A National Conservation Area designation will acknowledge the region’s conservation value and will provide landscape-level management and coordination among the federal land managers, and provide a recreational, ecological, and economic resource for our region.
With our Home Place Adventures program, Tuleyome partners with local youth organizations to provide a Youth Outdoor Exploration Program for deserving youth. This is a year-round program to introduce them to the outdoors and instill in them a sense of stewardship of the landwhile building self-esteem, instilling leadership qualities and developing an appreciation for the environment in which we live. Trips include kayaking on Cache Creek; hiking, fishing, trail building, camping and outdoor education.
Tuleyome maintains an online outdoor recreation information guide providing comprehensive descriptions of outdoor trails and activities in the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region. Through our Tuleyome Trails program (formerly Yolohiker) we lead hikes, build and maintain trails.