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An important reminder!
An important reminder!
Do you need to ensure your land trust, agency, or jurisdiction’s land is captured on the 30×30 map? If so, attend this free, virtual April 27th workshop to get the scoop on the mapping component of 30×30!
Hills For Everyone and the Power In Nature Coalition co-hosted a press event this morning announcing Southern California’s leadership in preserving important landscapes for 30×30 (protecting 30% of lands and waters by 2030). As it relates to our goals and … Read More
Since the 1970s, Hills For Everyone has led the way to protect the 14,100 acre Chino Hills State Park. Through decades-long advocacy–along with local and state partnerships–one final phase, the eastern ridgelines (842 acres), are on the path to being … Read More
California’s efforts to protect 30% of its lands and waters by 2030 continue to move forward! Today local leaders and environmental champions announce the final phase of protection for the eastern ridgelines adjacent to Chino Hills State Park!
Exciting news! Power In Nature CA & Hills For Everyone announces plans to help meet #30×30 through additional acquisitions adjacent to Chino Hills State Park. This will: 🦌Improve wildlife connectivity 💧Protect water quality 🐦🌿Safeguard important plants & animals #PowerInNature #Parks … Read More
The area around Chino Hills State Park is a treasure worth protecting! It’s one of the most accessible state parks in California, and its ridgeline boundaries protect visitors and wildlife from urban development. Let’s work together to ensure its preservation … Read More
If you are involved in 30×30… you’ll want to join in on these free virtual workshops. This one has a speaker focused on environmental stewardship in coastal wetlands. Help California achieve 30×30!
Eight 30×30 workshops are being offered by Friends of Harbors, Beaches & Parks (FHBP). The first covers pathways 5, 6, and 10 in the CA Natural Resource Agency’s Pathways to 30×30. Let’s get folks trained on how to protect 30% … Read More
Check out the Hills For Everyone March e-newsletter which covers when to trim trees, creating your own Homegrown National Park, and a few book recommendations. View our e-newsletter: https://bit.ly/3mQbF8C