Did you know that Hills For Everyone does not own or manage land? Nope. We advocate for the protection of land, work with willing sellers and donors to get land protected, inform political leaders and gather their support, and use state and federal dollars for the conservation acquisitions–but we do not own or manage the land. Back the 1970s we designed Chino Hills State Park along ridgeline boundaries to protect the viewshed for visitors and the watershed for wildlife. Here is a look at what the original vision was (protecting the ridgelines) versus what’s been protected so far. Many thanks to L.A. Mountains (MRCA) for taking temporary ownership of recently acquired lands.