Friday, June 05, 2009

It's Kayaking Time on Cache Creek

With the drought we had in the 2008-2009 rain year, there is only enough water for the District to release for about 6 weeks. Normally I'm used to a 4-month kayaking season, but given the drought I'm just happy to have ANY season at all. You can check the release flows here. If the combined flows are 500cfs or above, you are good to go on the Wilderness run, provided you have a minimum of 120cfs on the North Fork of Cache Creek.

Flows will be over the second week of July, so get out there!

Andrew Fulks

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Last Trail Building Date Finished First Trail Segment

We finished the first mile and a half of the trail at Yolo County's Otis Ranch! I posted photos online, so take a look.

Next fall we'll keep heading back into the until then, stay cool and enjoy the outdoors!

Andrew Fulks

Monday, March 16, 2009

First Two Trailbuilding Dates Were Successful!

Volunteers came out to help build the first half of the Otis Ranch's first official trail on March 13th and 15th. I've posted photos online, so check them out and come out to build on our next two dates, March 27th and April 11th.

Andrew Fulks

Monday, March 09, 2009

It's Trailbuilding Time

Working with Yolo County Parks, Tuleyome is working to build the first trail on Yolo County's Otis Ranch Open Space Area, located upstream from Rumsey!

We have posted work party dates online, so come out and help build trails on your public lands!
Andrew Fulks