Learn about the Puente Hills Landfill park settlement agreement, the SoCal Greenprint, and how to identify authorized trails to keep our wildlands wild! Check out our October E-Newsletter.
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 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
Residents have been asked to cut back their water use. In some cases, it is as high as 36% cutbacks. The irony, as Editorial Writer Ray Chandos notes, is that while we are required to cut back, decision makers and … Read More
There have been multiple fires in July caused by a variety of things. Here is a short recap of the local fires, some of which burned in the Wildlife Corridor, while others were nearby. July 2, 2015 Loma Ridge near … Read More
Governor Brown issued a mandatory 25% reduction in water use throughout the state for residential consumers as we enter the fourth year of our historic drought. Additionally the Executive Order also outlines that to save water, the State will “prohibit new homes … Read More