Rooted in Nature festival postponed until Oct. 17 due to COVID-19

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Lou Kashmere, right, owner of Garage Brewing Co., pours craft beer samples from his Temecula brewery during the Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival at Marna O’Brien Park in Wildomar presented by the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation, May 18, 2019. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The Rooted in Nature Craft Brew Festival fundraiser for the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation has been postponed until Oct. 17 due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers announced last week. Rooted in Nature is an annual event held in Wildomar attracting more than 1,000 people that focuses on the growing regional craft beer industry and provides needed funding for the nonprofit SPNEF educational programs and scholarships for local school children who learn about being good stewards for nature and the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve in Murrieta. The Rooted in Nature event is normally scheduled in early spring in Marna O’Brien Park in Wildomar and was first rescheduled to Sept. 27 after the coronavirus pandemic hit early in March. Herb Massinger, event coordina
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