We were pleased to attend the ceremony celebrating the newly revamped Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority. Check out our photos.
This e-newsletter features the recent flights over the hills with elected leaders thanks to our partner EcoFlight. We also highlight the changes to the Chino Hills project proposal Hidden Oaks. And, finally, we featured the Op-Ed on CEQA and housing … Read More
Looks like the solar company that had been in a deal for the mega solar factory on Tres Hermanos with the City of Industry is upset at the new joint acquisition. Escrow closed on the Tres Hermanos property on February … Read More
May the green hillsides and snow capped mountains remind you of the importance of our local conservation work. We have two exciting announcements: a settlement agreement preserving the Tres Hermanos property and our annual recap of our work in 2018. … Read More
Thanks to local blogger Paul Spitzzeri and his research posted on the Carbon Canyon Chronicle. This article reveals some of the history behind Tres Hermanos and the proposed solar factory, which was in the works until the settlement agreement between … Read More
Today three cities who are intimately interested in the future of the 2,750 acre Tres Hermanos Ranch in Upper Tonner Canyon reached agreement on its future governance. The Cities of Chino Hills and Diamond Bar thwarted Industry’s efforts to build a … Read More
Tonight Hills For Everyone attended in the City of Chino Hills City Council meeting where the City Council approved a settlement agreement for the preservation of the 2,750 acre Tres Hermanos property for open space, public use, and recreation. The … Read More
It appears the Cities of Industry, Diamond Bar, and Chino Hills have reached an agreement on the future of Tres Hermanos. The three cities will form a Conservation Authority Joint Powers Agreement. A special meeting of the City of Diamond … Read More