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Santa Rosa Plateau Needs Your Help!

santa-rosa-plateau-news-3TCF made a gift of $10,000 to the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation (SRPNEF) Fire Fund to support the reopening of the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve in Murrieta that was damaged in the Tenaja Fire on September 4. The gift was made possible by the Inland Southern California Wildfire Relief Fund. To date, SRPNEF has raised $18,500 towards its goal of $100,000.

The blaze impacted miles of fencing, gates,  bridges, signage, benches, plant and animal habitats,  and destroyed a stage that hosted education programs,  concerts and special events. A total of 2,000 acres of chaparral and oak woodland were burned. The youth environmental education programs funded by SRPNEF are also impacted with the current closure of the Reserve. 

SRPNEF is currently accepting donations, to help restore and reopen the Reserve as soon as possible. (

The mission of SRPF is to educate and empower youth to appreciate, preserve and protect nature. Since its founding in 2003, the Foundation has provided environmental education programming for over 112,000 students serving 10 Southwest Riverside school districts. 

Ginger Greaves, Executive Director of SRPNEF stated, “We ask for the public’s patience as the biologists and land management personnel complete their assessments to affect a safe reopening of the Reserve.  Your donation will also help with that effort.  Thank you.”

By text: “firefund” to 951-900-3980
By check:  SRPNEF Fire Fund, P.O. Box 941. Murrieta, CA 92564

All donations are 100% Tax Deductible – Tax ID: 71-0946697