The Stop Madrona team celebrated the California Supreme Court victory that finally put an end to the proposed 162-unit Madrona project in eastern Brea.
In 2011 The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) purchased the Hayashi property in Brea’s Carbon Canyon. It lies adjacent to Chino Hills State Park at the juncture of Soquel and Carbon Creeks. The land was purchased as mitigation for OCTA’s … Read More
Hills For Everyone Consultant Melanie Schlotterbeck presented at the annual CSUF Geography Club “All Points of the Compass” Conference today. She is an alumni of the Geography Department and focused the presentation on how geography tools (both environmental and planning) have been used to help … Read More
Hills For Everyone’s Claire Schlotterbeck got a shout out for creating Chino Hills State Park in this article. You could say the apple does not fall far from the tree with daughter Melanie Schlotterbeck featured in the article. Read the … Read More
Continued press on the OCTA Environmental Mitigation Program success. Chino Hills State Park manages 296 acres adjacent to the park that was purchased as part of this program. Congrats again! And, thanks to Friends of Harbors, Beaches & Parks (FHBP) … Read More
It isn’t everyday that you can celebrate a BIG conservation achievement. In unprecedented partnerships with transportation agencies, wildlife agencies, and the conservation community Hills For Everyone and many others celebrate a major milestone 12 years in the making. Conservation Plans … Read More