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North Etiwanda Preserve Field Trips

IERCD, in partnership with San Bernardino County Special Districts Department, offers free field trips to North Etiwanda Preserve in Rancho Cucamonga. These field trips offer students the opportunity to learn and identify native plants and wildlife, and explore the history of the previous settlers and indigenous tribes of the area. The trip includes an educator-led nature walk and pre-hike activities to learn about NEP and its native habitat, wildlife and history.


Free busing to and from the NEP is provided. NEP is located north of Day Creek Blvd. off of the 210 freeway. If you would like to learn more about these field trips to NEP, please check out our interactive Story Map below or contact Jasmine Orozco Clark, IERCD Education Coordinator for more information.

Schedule a Field Trip!

Observe local wildlife

Learn about native plants

Hike through native habitat

Identify birds

Explore the history of the area

Experience our local environment

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Education Coordinator


Phone: (909) 283-1705

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