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Collaboration

Ben Adamo

Miner

Ben moved to Yolo County in 1974 to work in the mining industry. Since then he has been involved in all aspects of gravel mining including facility construction, equipment operation, permitting, and reclamation planning.

Ben Adamo

Ann Brice

Ecologist
Ann is the Co-Executive Director of the Yolo Basin Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to educating the public about Central Valley wetlands and wildlife.  She was the founding Executive Director of the Cache Creek Conservancy in 1996 and currently serves on the board of directors of the Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District.
Ecologist Ann Brice

Restore/Restory Debut

2012
The Art of Regional Change program and the Conservancy unveil their collaborative Restore/Restory project at a series of public events held at the Nature Preserve.

The Art of Regional Change

2010
Led by media artist jesikah maria ross, the UC Davis Art of Regional Change program partners with the Conservancy to develop a collaborative public history of the Cache Creek Nature Preserve.

Collaboration and Compromise

2007
The Board of Supervisors updates the gravel mining ordinance, increasing fees for companies that mine along Cache Creek to 10 cents per ton of aggregate sold to go to the Cache Creek Conservancy.

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