Join Riverside Land Conservancy on Nov. 13th, 2014 (11.13.14) for Give BIG Riverside County, a 24-hour online giving campaign. Please support RLC and together we can achieve meaningful land conservation for wildlife habitat and future generations by connecting more young people with the land. The giving website can be accessed by clicking on the image above. You can schedule your donation for 11.13.14 today!
Click Here to download the full flier with detailed driving directions
Saturday November 8th, 2014 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Join Riverside Land Conservancy as we collect ripe acorns from an oak woodland in the Cienega Canyon Preserve! Over the last 10 years, oaks in the Preserve have died due to an aggressive fungal pathogen. The loss of oaks means the loss of food and shelter for many animals that rely on oaks for their well-being. In order to help restore lost oaks, we are collecting acorns to be planted in the Preserve in January 2015. The acorn collection will be followed by a Nature Scavenger Hunt. Kids are welcome and encouraged to attend! Click HERE to view a short video featuring last seasons oak restoration events.
The Cienega Canyon Preserve entrance is located at 34200 San Timoteo Canyon Rd., Beaumont Ca 92223 (Download Flier for detailed driving directions). Please Download Waiver, fill it out and bring it with you to the event.
A shady oak grove tucked away in a canyon, braided streams and wetlands following the bottom of an arroyo, chaparral-covered badlands, hilltops covered with rocky outcroppings and the twisted shapes of Joshua Trees across the desert. All of these natural communities, and a myriad of others, are found in Southern California.
Southern California is home to rich and diverse habitats, and areas of spectacular scenic beauty. Riverside Land Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust that works to protect land and habitat for future generations. In preserving our natural resources, we seek to build community, preserve beauty and instill hope.