Contact Erin for more information on Citizen Science or to schedule tours or field trips at the LandUse Learning Center.
Ask about publications, bluebird nest box monitoring, citizen science and volunteer opportunities!
For more environmental education information feel free to contact me.
Erin Snyder is a Resource Educator for the Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District. She has worked with the RCRCD for almost twenty years teaching about natural resources and stewardship. Erin has coordinated outreach, volunteers, presentations and workshops for the community, local schools and teachers. She is a California Naturalist Instructor, Project Learning Tree Coordinator and a NAI Certified Interpreter. Erin helps manage the RCRCD LandUse Learning Center and Demonstration Garden, while also currently focusing on leading a local team for the California Envirothon and assisting with other educational programs. Citizen Science is a current emphasis in many of the education programs and RCRCD recently started the Santa Ana Watershed Community Science Network to extend this endeavor throughout the region.