Help our local birds! Join the Backyard Bird Count, which runs February 12-15th. For details go to: BirdCount.org. View the details on our Facebook page.
We know how hard it can be to lose–but what a way to win as you lose!? The lawsuits are decided and no more legal options exist–and yet, the developer still can’t build without the needed access! Way to go … Read More
This video captures some of the highlights of our work from 2020 including acquisition and conservation of 320 acres, PowerPoint presentations, support of the Chino Hills State Park Trail Plan, and legislation to save raptors and owls from rat poison. … Read More
We were saddened to hear the spiritual leader of the Gabrieleño Band of Mission Indians’ Kizh nation, Chief Ernest “Ernie” Perez Teutimez Salas, died at age 88. The Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor is within the Kizh nation’s ancestral lands. May … Read More
Yesterday we participated in a virtual workshop put on by the state that will use Nature Based Solutions to meet California’s climate goals and the Governor’s goal of protecting 30% of our lands and waters by 2030. Nature Based Solutions … Read More
We are thrilled to report that the California State Parks Foundation awarded Hills For Everyone our full grant request to replace the campground sign, add defensible space and native plants to the slope, and repair the fencing along Bane Canyon … Read More
We couldn’t help ourselves but jump on this funny meme bandwagon… (sorry in advance). As a reminder trails in both the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority Preserve and Chino Hills State Park are closed when it rains due to trail … Read More
Our first newsletter of the new year focuses on trails and fire recovery. Chino Hills State Park finalized its trail plan and there are tips to keeping the natural resources protected by staying on trail. Further, Hills For Everyone and … Read More