August Heatwave a Good Reminder Know how to be safe outdoors in the extreme heat, view the Neowise comet, and learn about the recent Migratory Bird Treaty win! View the August E-Newsletter.
The LA County District Attorney raided homes and businesses related to the failed solar farm planned for the Tres Hermanos land owned by the City of Industry. Generic invoices and $20 million of payouts to contractors, with little to no … Read More
As a follow up to our post earlier this week on rodenticides, the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority offers helpful tips and tools for co-existing with wildlife. Tips span the spectrum including: how to avoid contact with coyotes, steering clear … Read More
There have been several reports of dead animals throughout the hills. One day bunnies in the yard, the next day dead bunnies in the yard. Consequently, it seemed like a good time to remind everyone that there are ways to … Read More
We have another announcement coming later today, but we thought we’d share some OTHER good news. Yesterday, the President signed the “Great American Outdoors Act” and contained within that is the (now fully funded) Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). … Read More
Yorba Linda Friends: If you’ve been following Esperanza Hills project (340 hillside houses), the Yorba Linda City Council will hear an administrative report on the project’s request for grading and encroachment rights on city-owned open space. Visit the Protect Our Homes … Read More
Thanks to Marianne Napoles with the Chino Champion for her great article on the acquisition effort. As a side note, the long term goal for this land is for it to be added to the State Park, but it is … Read More
Hills For Everyone is pleased to announce that 320 ridgeline acres have been permanently preserved adjacent to Chino Hills State Park. This acquisition was 40 years in the making and was only completed due to the hard work of many partners. … Read More