Hills For Everyone, Chino Hills State Park, the Puente-Hills Wildlife Corridor, and the many accomplishments in the organization’s history have been documented in the media, newsletters, and through research, particularly in the four county area. Interest in this effort has grown through HFE’s work.
Since the 1980s newspapers, authors and magazines have written hundreds of articles on the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. View current or archived article information in this section. For ease of searching select the decade: 1980 – 1989, 1990 – 1999, 2000 – 2009, 2010 – Current you’d like to view.
Read all the magazine articles that have focused on, or mentioned, the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor and its natural resources.
Learn about the happenings of Hills For Everyone through its newsletters..
- RESEARCH PAPERS
Important to the preservation of these natural lands, many students have written scientific studies and research papers about the Wildlife Corridor. Download reports written about the land, wildlife, movement, and/or history.