The Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District helps promote and participates in a variety of outreach events each year, supporting the various communities within our district. Cumulatively, thousands of people attend the events and are offered free educational materials and resources. Our education staff also provides hands-on activities, that appropriately tie into the theme of each event, and help educate the public about our work and how to conserve our natural resources.
Please contact Kirstyn Kay at (redacted) if you would like to find out more information.
RCRCD booth at Duck Daze event.at Hidden Valley Nature Center.
Our booth for the Environmental Education Collaborative Symposium
Learning about the Santa Ana Sucker Fish while playing a fun game.
Dressed in costume for the Temescal Valley Faire Bicentennial
Getting our hands dirty and planting some native flowers.
Trunk or Treat event in Temescal Valley
Craft corner sponsor for Grand Terrace Community Day
Providing materials and information at OWOW Conference
Wonders of the Watershed event at Hidden Valley Nature Center
Planting fun for all
Community engagement at our booth at Blue Mountain in Grand Terrace.