“Wacky Wilderness Days” is a program for students who are out of school during spring break. Courtesy photo

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‘Wacky Wilderness Days’ set at Nature Preserve

By From page A4 | March 23, 2014

The Cache Creek Conservancy presents “Wacky Wilderness Days,” a program for students who are out of school during spring break.

From 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, March 26, conservancy education specialists will be providing the first session called “New Beginnings Nature Walk.” While the focus is on elementary age students, everyone is welcome and they will learn more about the natural environment of the area.

Two more programs will be held in April to coincide with the Woodland School District break. Each day will feature a different topic. Tuesday, April 22, will feature “Earth Day, Rocks and Minerals,” and Thursday, April 24, is “Bugs in the Creek.”

There is no charge for this activity thanks to funding from the Teichert Foundation. Pre-registration is recommended to facilitate planning. Registration is available through www.cachecreekconservancy.org or by calling 530-661-1070.

Individuals should wear closed-toe shoes and bring their own water as drinking water is not available on site. The Nature Preserve is at 34199 County Road 20, Woodland.

Enterprise staff

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