It is always nice to get some publicity in the Chino Champion. This article outlines the barbed wire fence removal effort and the recent grants received to help with post-fire recovery. Check it out! View the Chino Champion article.
Another announcement for progress being made at the State Park. We partnered with the Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association and Department of Parks and Recreation to design, get approval for, and (today) start the installation of the three new … Read More
In case you missed it on 12/31/20, the California Department of Parks and Recreation released the Final Road & Trail Management Plan for Chino Hills State Park. This plan illustrates what trails and roads are authorized by the park… meaning … Read More
We were honored to participate in a reception to introduce Southern California conservation non-profits to the new Secretary of Natural Resources Wade Crowfoot. The Natural Resources Agency oversees the California Department of Parks and Recreation. It was a beautiful evening … Read More
Join Chino Hills State Park for a wildflower walk. The hikes are first come, first served (register at the Bane Canyon kiosk on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays). The hike will be a moderate two mile trek to see wildflowers of … Read More
Everyone recognizes that vibrant orange of the California Poppy against the green hillsides. The bloom this year could be good, great or a super bloom–time will tell. Fire and drought coupled with massive rains tend to cause a massive bloom. … Read More
The City of Brea turns 100 this year and the City is hosting a parade on Saturday, February 18th. Hills For Everyone is one of the parade entries and we’ve designed a fun park-themed float in partnership with Chino Hills … Read More