A shady oak grove tucked away in a canyon, braided streams and wetlands following the bottom of an arroyo, chaparral-covered badlands, hilltops covered with rocky outcroppings and the twisted shapes of Joshua Trees across the desert. All of these natural communities, and a myriad of others, are found in Southern California.
Southern California is home to rich and diverse habitats, and areas of spectacular scenic beauty. Riverside Land Conservancy is a nonprofit land trust that works to protect land and habitat for future generations. In preserving our natural resources, we seek to build community, preserve beauty and instill hope.
Join Riverside Land Conservancy, Mission Inn Foundation and Museum and Friends of Mt. Rubidoux on Saturday, April 12 from 9-4 to celebrate our successful purchase of the top of Mt. Rubidoux. Enjoy the street fair held at the Glenwood Avenue entrance to Mt. Rubidoux featuring information displays, children's activities and food. Greet "Frank Miller" as he welcomes you to his mountain. Hike the trails and encounter other historic characters associated with Mt. Rubidoux such as "John Muir", "Henry Huntington" and "Booker T. Washington". Celebrate the 11:00am dedication of a plaque memorializing the community's commitment to preserving this piece of our history.
Join us for this FREE family event.