In the 1990s conservation science advanced enough for all of us to understand that our wild places needed to be connected to one another or the species and habitats would eventually die out. Hills For Everyone worked with State Parks and a developer to protect Coal Canyon–the connection between the Santa Ana Mountains and Chino Hills State Park.
Now our friends at Laguna Greenbelt have worked with FivePoint Communities to begin the restoration of 2.5 miles of a six mile long corridor connecting the Santa Ana Mountains to the Laguna Coast. As with many conservation projects–they can take a while. In this instance, activists have been working on this for 20 years! Great job Elisabeth Brown and others!
Read the Daily Pilot article.