By Helena Lambert

Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve seek volunteers to reconnect and preserve nature


Last updated 2/8/2019 at 2:30am

Shane Gibson photo

Santa Rosa Plateau docent Margie Knapp, center, provides volunteer information to Denise Silva, left, during the second annual Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve Volunteer Fair, Jan. 28.

Each year thousands of visitors retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life in search of tranquility at the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve near Murrieta.

The reserve is situated on 8,000 acres with 40 miles of diverse trails to explore. Riverside County Parks District and the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation held a volunteer fair, Monday, Jan. 28, in an effort for visitors to continue enjoying the reserve for generations to come.

The second annual event, held inside the Visitors Center, boasted with prospective volunteers, each greeted by a friendly volunteer rep...

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