Sycamores — these large shade giving trees grow in canyon bottoms, making use of water in streams. This tree changes its color in the fall and loses its leaves in winter. By growing branches close to the ground and laying … Read More
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The OC Board of Supervisors approved the 340-unit Esperanza Hills project on September 25, 2018. Supervisor Spitzer was the only NO vote. Residents filed another lawsuit in October 2018.
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It is sad to see that the public got in the way of the fire agencies for the recent Chino Hills Star Fire hampering efforts to contain the fire. Please don’t risk other homes or lives because you want a … Read More
The state bird of California is the quail. It has a distinctive plume and lives in groups known as coveys. They hunt by foraging seeds and leaves on the ground. They also nest on the ground in shallow depressions lined … Read More
Last night Hills For Everyone presented a sneak peek on its updated Fire Study for Chino Hills State Park. This particular presentation was for the Rio Hondo Chapter of the Sierra Club. If your organization, association, or group is interested … Read More