SRPNEF and Riverside County Parks thank many who helped build a new pavilion that was destroyed in the 2019 Tenaja Fire

A fifth grader who visited the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve with his school cuts the ribbon to the new Pavilion Stage behind the Visitor Center at 39400 Clinton Keith Road in Murrieta March 19. The previous stage was destroyed in the 2019 Tenaja Fire. Park officials, firefighters, major contributors, SRPNEF members, city officials and others stand for the ceremony. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
Riverside County Fire, Cal Fire, Riverside County Parks, the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, Murrieta Fire, city officials and many corporations and agencies and other volunteers were provided a special Santa Rosa Fire Fund thank you presentation by the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation March 19.The thank you to the many attending the special event at the rear of the Plateau’s Visitor Center at 39400 Clinton Keith Road in Murrieta was for their help in replacing the education event stage following the devastating Santa Rosa Plateau Tenaja Fire more than three years ago. The new concrete and steel stage, now called the Santa Rosa Plateau Pavilion, is open following a ribbon cutting ceremony that day.It was announced by SRPNEF Director Ginger Greaves that this summe
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