1000 attend opening of North Etiwanda Preserve

1000 people attended the opening of the North Etiwanda Preserve in San Bernardino this week. San Manuel Tribal Chairman James Ramos said the land was once occupied by the Tongva-Gabrielino and Serrano tribes. The preserve includes 762 acres of property set aside in 1998 to mitigate the effects of the 210 Freeway. The preserve has now grown to 1,200 acres, with hopes to acquire 2,000 more acres in the future.

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