If you didn’t catch our quick interview on KNX 1070… here is link to the clip. Be sure to have your volume on. Listen to the KNX 1070 Interview.
In case you missed the KABC Channel 7 news interview. Here it is. We’ve made numerous recommendations in the study about ways decision makers, resource, transportation and fire agencies, as well as the public can improve the situation. Check it … Read More
Hills For Everyone has released an updated version of its Wildland Fire Study. The updated report documents the fire perimeters, points of origin, causes, and (if known) weather conditions for fires that burned in, adjacent to, or near Chino Hills … Read More
We are about to send out our Fall Newsletter. It will be published on our website, but if you like to have something in your hands to read and aren’t already on our mailing list, send your full name and … Read More
We are finalizing our update to the Fire Study for Chino Hills State Park. Of these two causes, what do you think the most common identifiable cause for a fire ignition is in our hills? The results were: 43% arson … Read More
Our friends at Orange County Coastkeeper are committed to building climate resilient communities and ecosystems. Coastkeeper is hosting a workshop to teach you how to protect your home by creating a defensible landscape that is less likely to ignite. We … Read More
When the winds blow, you need to be especially mindful of outside work. Weed whacking on high heat, high wind, low humidity days can spark a fire by accidentally hitting a rock. It is advised that this kind of yard … Read More
Here is another letter to the editor that you may not have seen in response to the September 4 OC Register article. It was submitted by Brea resident Eric Johnson. The boogeyman in this battle over Esperanza Hills is not … Read More