Over the years Hills For Everyone has published newsletters to keep the public informed about the Wildlife Corridor, its inhabitants, recreation opportunities, celebrations, events and more. Below are newsletters we’ve sent to supporters since 1999.

Fall 2017 Newsletter

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Fall 2017 (PDF – 726 KB) Highlights: Chino Hills State Park Legislative Champion Dies Your Chance to Save Land Preserve Hours Reduced City of Industry Shenanigans Continue Project Updates Three Easy Ways to Help Hills For Everyone After the newsletter was … Read More

Spring 2017 Newsletter

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Spring 2017 (PDF – 1.02 MB) Highlights: Precipitation, Poppies, People, and Problems Loss of a Leader — Jeff Yann Honoring a Leader — Bob Henderson Madrona – A Light at the End of the Tunnel? Esperanza Hills – A Decision in May … Read More

Summer 2016

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Summer 2016 (PDF – 797 KB) Highlights: Off-Trail Use Damages Park Corridor Project Updates September Shindig Doggy Do’s and Don’t’s Meet Your Neighbors Three Easy Ways to Help Hills For Everyone HFE’s New Board Member Grinstead Gratitudes

Summer 2015

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Summer 2015 (PDF – 738 KB) Highlights: Tres Hermanos For Sale Esperanza Hills Update Chino Hills State Park Discovery Road Opens LA County Significant Ecological Areas Lands at Risk in Southern Chino Hills Chino Hills Stands Firm Easy Ways to Help Gratitudes Brea … Read More

Spring 2015

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Spring 2015 (PDF – 528 KB) Highlights: Early Win in Yorba Linda Madrona Update Trail Access Closure in Puente Hills Chino Hills State Park Discovery Center & Road Update Lands at Risk in Southern Chino Hills Garden Tour Fundraising Event I Heart OC Fundraiser … Read More

Spring 2011

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Spring 2011 (PDF – 782 KB) Highlights: State Park Discovery Center Edison Powerline Removal Calendar of Events Project Updates: Firestone Scout Reservation, Shell-Aera, CHSP Grew, and Whittier Hills Oil Project Wildlife Movement in the Hills & along the 71/91 Freeway … Read More

Summer 2009

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Summer 2009 (PDF – 518 KB) Highlights: State Park closures proposed Edison Towers proposed through Wildlife Corridor Landfill mitigation fund set for Brea Development projects – Murdock, Pacific Heights Rowland Heights cityhood stalled BBQ fundraiser