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At Tuleyome we preserve and restore wild habitat, we build and repair trails, we educate the public about local conservation and environmental issues, we engage young people through our youth program, and we demonstrate a good land stewardship through our land trust component. Our #DonateToRestore campaign is focused on restoration projects in the areas of the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument region that were burned by wildfires 2016.
Tuleyome was founded in 2002 as a volunteer advocacy-oriented nonprofit organization that is focused on protecting both the wild and agricultural heritages of the Inner Coast Range and the Western Sacramento Valley for current and future generations. These areas include all or parts of Yolo, Lake, Napa, Colusa, Glen, Mendocino and Solano counties in northwestern California. Tuleyome works to these ends by:
- Identifying, protecting, and restoring the watersheds' environmental resources
- Developing opportunities for public enjoyment of the watersheds, compatible with resource protection
- Instilling a greater public appreciation of the natural and environmental resources within the watersheds, and
- Promoting a long-term sustainable agricultural base in the region
We conduct our business through strategic planning, research, education, collaboration, advocacy, and charitable projects. Our vision is rooted in conservation biology