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The world has lost a bright star in the world of conservation, Edward O. Wilson. Known as “Ant Man” or “Charles Darwin’s natural heir,” Dr. Wilson was an entomologist focused on bringing evolutionary biology to the spotlight. His research on … Read More
As a reminder most park agencies, including Chino Hills State Park and the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority, close the trail systems during and after rains to preserve the integrity of the trails. The Puente-Chino Hills are known for clay … Read More
We are thrilled to report that the County of Los Angeles Regional Planning Commission unanimously endorsed enacting a strong policy related to housing in wildfire zones. This policy prohibits new subdivisions in Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones unless entirely … Read More
We are grateful to see our work covered in the California Oaks Newsletter (2/3 of the way down). Partnerships across the spectrum of topics helps us be more effective, reach broader audiences, and gain more traction. The CA Oaks Foundation … Read More
With a relatively low average rainfall of 13 inches in the winter, the semi-arid plant community called Coastal Sage Scrub is often defined by its slope alignment. Plants on south facing slopes get more sunlight, turn golden earlier, and support … Read More
Did you catch our video on the creation of Chino Hills State Park? If not, take a literal minute and watch it! We hope this information gives you an idea of the longevity and tenacity our work takes to conserve … Read More