Feb 082015
Have you always wanted to learn about animal tracks?

NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 28, 2015 — From Tuleyome Take a closer look at the nature surrounding you and discover countless stories of the wildlife nearby. Learn where otters slide into the water, where beavers have taken down trees and what critter’s paw prints you may be walking in at Home Place Adventures’ animal tracking workshop. […]

Jul 222014
Nature-curious? Free lectures on the wildlands, wildlife around us:

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JULY 16, 2014 — by Mary K. Hanson Tuleyome Organization Tuleyome is launching a new “Nature and You” – Thursday Talks at the Library lecture series in partnership with the Yolo County Library starting in this month.  All of the lectures are FREE to the public and will be held once […]

May 162014
Whooo is that in the trees?

NEWS-LEDGER — MAY 7, 2014 — by Mary K. Hanson Tuleyome Association I was walking with my dog through a stretch of riparian (river side) habitat in the region, and was suddenly attracted to the sound of a group of Acorn Woodpeckers, high up in the trees, having a squawking fit over something, so I […]

Dec 192012
Go climb a nearby mountain

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — DEC 12, 2012 — Guest Commentary by Charlotte Orr Tuleyome Association December 11th was designated International Mountain Day. The day was created by the UN in 2003 to promote awareness about the importance of the world’s mountains and highlands. Mountains are crucial to life, provide most of the world’s fresh water, […]

May 122012
Where the Delta came from

GUEST COMMENTARY FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MAY 9, 2012 — By Glen Holstein Tuleyome Organization Fifteen thousand years ago what became California had no Delta and was in a very different world in which much of North America and Europe were covered by vast continental ice sheets.  By then people occupied most of the eastern […]