It appears the majority of residents in California believe we should stop building homes in high fire areas. Now we just need to convince decision makers. (Photo: Canyon Fire 2017) View the Los Angeles Times article.
Yes, we agree, people like living in and near nature. It provides recreational opportunities close to home, it increases property values, and it is beautiful. However, we would encourage the Newsom Administration to look at incorporating wildfire science and wildfire … Read More
Sometimes it is important to get involved with statewide policy decisions. That’s why Hills For Everyone supports Senate Bills 49 and 50. SB 49 is designed to strengthen the existing environmental protections by incorporating into state law existing federal … Read More
Here is an interesting article on your chances of colliding with a deer based on your location (state). This is an important reminder to keep your eyes on the road, especially when you are driving near natural lands where deer … Read More
The bad news: Our trees are dying and the worst is yet to come. From the drought to insect infestations to mold—the once stressed trees are now dying suddenly. The state has identified more than 70 million trees that are … Read More