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 Coastal 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 has worked on spearheading formal Wild and Scenic Designation for upper Cache Creek; working to designate and manage the Cedar Roughs and Cache Creek Wildereness Areas; and to establish the permanent protection of the Beryessa Region in Central California.
From the blog
California monument becomes newest addition to the National Conservation Lands FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (July 10, 2015) – The Conservation Lands Foundation welcomed the news that President Obama will designate the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument in northern California. The new monument—California’s largest—will add nearly 331,000 acres … read more
President Obama has declared September National Wilderness Month! This month we enter the 50th year of The Wilderness Act, one of America’s landmark public lands conservation laws. Planning is already underway to celebrate the 50th Anniversary in 2014 in Albuquerque and a number of other companion events. Plan on attending one. … read more
Only 4 months in, 2013 is turning out to be a big year for expanding California public lands protection. In addition to the bill introduced by Congressman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) to protect Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands, a large portion of inland Northern California may also receive protection from Congress. … read more