Here is an article on the Tres Hermanos settlement agreement. Hills For Everyone Executive Director Claire Schlotterbeck is quoted in the article, which highlights why the land was protected and what future uses are allowed. Download the Chino Champion article.
Today three cities who are intimately interested in the future of the 2,750 acre Tres Hermanos Ranch in Upper Tonner Canyon reached agreement on its future governance. The Cities of Chino Hills and Diamond Bar thwarted Industry’s efforts to build a … Read More
Tonight Hills For Everyone attended in the City of Chino Hills City Council meeting where the City Council approved a settlement agreement for the preservation of the 2,750 acre Tres Hermanos property for open space, public use, and recreation. The … Read More
It appears the Cities of Industry, Diamond Bar, and Chino Hills have reached an agreement on the future of Tres Hermanos. The three cities will form a Conservation Authority Joint Powers Agreement. A special meeting of the City of Diamond … Read More
Hills For Everyone had several key successes last year, but we continue to face numerous challenges threatening the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This video captures some of the highlights of our work from 2018 including victories with Madrona and the … Read More