Tuleyome hosting picnic on the preserve

Woodland Regional Park Preserve is a unique place that serves as a gateway to the northern Inner Coast Range and Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument. (Courtesy photo)

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By Nate Lillge
Special to the Express

Tuleyome will host a nature-filled celebration on Saturday, March 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Woodland Regional Park Preserve located in Woodland to celebrate and support Tuleyome’s programs and access to natural lands.

This free event will feature experiences to inspire wonder of nature nearby and connect people to their backyard. The event will also feature live music, hands-on activities, nature exploration, guided bird and tracker walks, heritage talks, and more. Special guest participation includes Laura Sandage and an interactive tree watering experience, UC Davis Bohart Museum of Entomology, and walking theater performances from Nature’s Theater.

Along with inspiring nature booths, Tuleyome staff and board members will host a variety of presentations to share Tuleyome’s plans for the future and field ideas and questions. The event will conclude with a campfire, storytelling, and drums.

Participants are encouraged to bring their favorite snacks, food and blankets to picnic by the preserve’s natural beauty — all while supporting Tuleyome to enhance, restore, and conserve our deep home place.

RSVP AT https://bit.ly/tuleyomespringthing.

For questions about this fun, experiential Tuleyome event, contact information@tuleyome.org

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