Learn about the Puente Hills Landfill park settlement agreement, the SoCal Greenprint, and how to identify authorized trails to keep our wildlands wild! Check out our October E-Newsletter.
It appears the regional park over the former Puente Hills Landfill site is moving forward after a settlement agreement was reached with the County of LA and the Sanitation Districts. The Districts will pay $80M over five years to fund … Read More
On this Indigenous Peoples Day take a moment to learn about the original stewards of this land. Go to: https://native-land.ca/ to find out more. The Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor spans multiple ancestral lands including: Kizh, Tongva, Acjachemen (Juaneño), and Payómkawichum … Read More
It is with great pleasure that I announce that Governor Newsom signed SB 266 into law. This law now requires the Department of Parks and Recreation to accept title to the lands being acquired on the eastern ridgeline of Chino Hills … Read More
It has been quite a varied week for all of us with the Huntington Beach Oil Spill impacting our coastal lands, beaches, and wetlands. This was quickly followed up by a 22 acre brush fire in Brea and then an … Read More
Hills For Everyone sponsored SB 266 with Senator Josh Newman to add 1,530 acres into Chino Hills State Park. The bill is on Gavin Newsom’s desk awaiting consideration. Help spread the word by sharing this post encouraging the Governor to … Read More
On this National Public Lands Day, we want you to know that Hills For Everyone is paying close attention to the state budget and allocations we may be able to use to connect, protect, and restore the entire Puente-Chino Hills … Read More
Former Whittier Councilmember Bob Henderson has been instrumental in saving the Whittier Hills. Many want to honor his contributions by naming something after the dedicated leader. The Whittier City Council even voted 5-0 to name a trail after him, but … Read More