The Santa Rosa Plateau Foundation is seeking the
impressions and ideas from members of the community who embrace the importance
of connecting children to nature.
The Foundation is actively engaged in strategic
planning, including a series of focus group sessions being held during October, said SRPF Executive Director Ginger Greaves, in a news release.
Since 2003, SRPF has grown to serve about 8,000
students in third grade through high school from 10 local school districts through environmental education programs at
the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve near Murrieta.
As part of the planning
process, the nonprofit soliciting input from stakeholders to garner their
opinions on a range of topics. In
addition to input from teachers, students, members, funders, sponsors and
Reserve docents, the Foundation is inviting input from the community.
Those interested in participating in the focus group sessions or providing input via other planned opportunities, were asked to contact the Foundation’s strategic plan facilitator, Dr. Ronald Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org or 626-644-0619.