Hills For Everyone keeps an eye on the protected and unprotected lands of the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor, which spans four counties and 12 cities. In some instances, development proposals threaten the integrity of the Corridor, while in other cases, our protected lands are threatened with poorly planned infrastructure projects. Where appropriate, HFE gets involved in the local land use, planning, and environmental review process. Here are the active threats to the Wildlife Corridor.
Excerpts from testimony at the City of Chino Hills meeting on 2/17/15 provided by Hills For Everyone Executive Director Claire Schlotterbeck: “I am here to tonight to clarify a few items regarding the state park. I know the last meeting … Read More
See the proposal to destroy more than 1,400 oak and walnut trees with a 162-unit executive-style mansion development in eastern Brea. Madrona sits on a ridgeline surrounded by undeveloped and mostly protected natural lands. Learn more about Madrona by following … Read More
See the proposal to fill two canyons in fire- and landslide-prone hills above Yorba Linda to make room for 340-units. Esperanza Hills abuts Chino Hills State Park and is in County territory. The project proposes access down the canyon behind homes … Read More
Though set to close in 2021, the Olinda Landfill has $30 million in mitigation dollars negotiated by the City of Brea for park purposes. Other interests have their eyes set on these funds for non-park purposes. Learn more about the … Read More