Cuteness overload. Who knew these unlikely friends (a coyote and a badger) would use a wildlife tunnel TOGETHER? (Video: Coyote excitedly greets a badger to walk through wildlife tunnel together. The montage also includes raccoons, a skunk, a bobcat, and … Read More
Updated Wildfire Study
View the Updated Wildfire Study published by Hills For Everyone. It covers 1914-2018 and revisits the maps, tables, and data adding seven years of information. A report on the status of recommendations and new ones are included.
Esperanza Hills Project
The 340 unit Esperanza Hills project received another affirmative vote (3-2) for its latest court mandated corrections to environmental documents. Several lawsuits are still working their way through the courts.
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A developer sponsored informational meeting will be held at Western Hills Country Club (1800 Carbon Canyon Road in Chino Hills) on Thursday, February 6th at 6:30 PM to discuss the proposed Hidden Oaks project.The project site is zoned for 107 … Read More
Hills For Everyone focuses its efforts on the preservation of the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This video captures some of the highlights of our work from 2019 including release of our updated Wildfire Study, aerial tours of hills, education campaigns … Read More
Did you know that Chino Hills State Park was created along ridge line boundaries? This means that once visitors are inside the heart of the park, they don’t know that 18 million people are just on the other side of … Read More