We believe community involvement is key to achieving long term conservation goals by encouraging awareness of our valuable open spaces and motivating positive action.

Community volunteers play a vital role in our restoration projects, whether it’s pulling weeds along riparian habitat at the Prenda Arroyo, spreading native grassland seed at the Cienega Canyon Preserve, or picking up litter from the peak of Mt. Rubidoux. Check out how you can become a volunteer by clicking here.

Rivers & Lands Conservancy also hosts and participates in a variety of events such as leading our very own annual Wildflower Walk among the hills of Riverside, conducting a nature scavenger hunt as part of the California Council of Land Trusts annual Take it Outside California! Event, or participating in a multitude of community Earth Day events.

Make sure to check our upcoming events calendar, and sign up for our monthly e-newsletter for the latest scoop on outreach opportunities!