Over the last ten years, Tuleyome has made a positive impact within the Inner Coast Range and the Western Sacramento Valley for future and current generations and we continue to do so to this day. One way to preserve all that we have done and to share our story with others is to keep a library of past articles, research papers, fact sheets, and Tuleyome Tales. Within the Library section of our website you will find:
- Tuleyome Tales: a series of articles about the Inner Coast Range and the Western Sacramento Valley region. The articles explore the region’s geology, river formation, bald eagles, tule elk, Native American history, water and agricultural issues, recreation, wildflowers, mining, fish, and other topics of interest.
- Permanent Protection for the Berryessa Snow Mountain (BSM) Region: Visit the Berryessa Snow Mountain Website for more information
- Protecting Cache Creek Tuleyome has done a lot of work to protect the Cache Creek area over the years. Click here to view more information about these projects.
- Current and Archived Information about Tuleyome Projects: Lots of research and information sharing goes into our Tuleyome Projects and Programs. In the Library section you will be able to find articles, reports, and files about past and current Tuleyome Projects.