Good news for nature enthusiasts… the Puente Hills Habitat Authority’s Preserves are open for a wee bit longer for the summer months. Hours have been set so that wildlife can survive and thrive in the hills.
It is interesting that a little over one year ago this article was written. It appears even in the ‘best of times’ the state opts not to fund or prioritize parks, park maintenance, and park acquisitions. With a growing population, … Read More
Did you know that the nut of black walnut trees served as a food source for Native American tribes despite the hard, thick shell? The largest stand of native walnuts left in the state is protected in Chino Hills State … Read More
If you want something to cheer you up, make you giggle, and surprise you because of the ingenuity of squirrels… this is the video for you. Mark Rober, former NASA engineer, grew up in Brea and has used science to … Read More
Chino Hills State Park opened its gates today for drive in access to the trails. (Note: the campground is still closed.) We jumped at the opportunity to visit. It has been a while since we laid our eyes on the … Read More
As our parks and beaches begin to reopen, remember to keep your distance and wear your mask as you pass by others. Check out this great video by the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. (Video: Park Rangers dance as … Read More
On the great news front… The bill we’ve partnered on (AB 2021) with Assemblyman Phillip Chen made it through its first committee (Assembly Water, Parks, and Wildlife) yesterday on consent. It is now scheduled to go to Assembly Appropriations. Keep your fingers … Read More