Santa Rosa Plateau RunHikeRide inaugural declared a success

The Stambersky and Brennan families volunteer at Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation’s RunHikeRide event at Sylvan Meadows trailhead, April 17-18. Valley News/Courtesy photo
An inaugural virtual and live RunHikeRide event held during the month of March and April to raise funds for school education programs at the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve was declared a success by the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation. The special event, the first one of its kind at the reserve, brought almost 200 runners, hikers and riders either to the Sylvan Meadows trail on the plateau above Murrieta, or virtually, on Facebook and other social media. The $15 to $45 donation to participate in the event will help the SRPNEF continue its education programs for third and fourth graders from local elementary schools in classrooms or if COVID-19 restrictions are lifted on the 9,000-acre reserve off Clinton Keith Road in Murrieta. The SRPNEF experience teaches young
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