My Sycamore Canyon

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What’s in the park?

The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park is a large 1,500 acre public open space park that is one of eight protected, core reserves.  Designated by the Riverside County Habitat Conservation Agency (RCHCA) for the Federally-listed endangered species Dipodomys stephensi, the Stephens’…

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Grand opening!

The Ameal Moore Nature Center at Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park (presented by the Riverside Metropolitan Museum and its partners) is officially open to the public! Family members of the late three-time Council member, Mr. Ameal Moore, were in attendance as…

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Nature Center Construction Zone!

The final touches are being put on the Ameal Moore Nature Center at Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park presented by the Riverside Metropolitan Museum and its partners. Today, large informational wall panels are being hung in preparation for the grand opening…

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