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Issues: Environment, Water

Location: 607 North St Woodland CA 95695 USA

Mission: Protecting the wild heritage and agricultural heritage of the Northern Inner Coast Range and Western Sacramento Valley for existing and future generations.
Results: Proposed Berryessa Snow Mountain National Conservation Area This proposal is really about the future. What is our vision for the future? What will our region look like in another 150 years? We hope that it will remain much as it is with important ecosystems protected, enhanced recreation consistent with that goal, and a thriving and sustainable working landscape. A National Conservation Area designation is our best opportunity to realize this vision for the future. The goals of the Berryessa Snow Mountain NCA are to: Protect the conservation resources of the region Enhance public recreation consistent with protecting the conservation resources Sustain the working landscape and its economic viability Help local economies An NCA designation would result in: Congress stating that these lands are important Require development of a multi-agency comprehensive regional management plan, Establish a public advisory committee Focus conservation and management dollars for the region
Programs: Permanently Protect the Berryessa Snow Mountain Region,; Land Stewardship Projects; Tuleyome Trails; Youth Program; Nature's Theater
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Tuleyome is a conservation group involved in community growth (children and adults), as well as development of outdoor recreation areas. The group builds trails, works on easements and access to otherwise difficult sites, and has projects to clean up and restore (with native plants) recreation and borderline areas.
The group conducts a complex program of youth activities, helps with research on specific sites that may be endangered, and has worked on mercury mine clean-up.
Also, the group is active in supporting worthwhile conservation issues with both state and national congressional bodies.

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