Several projects near Chino Hills State Park and the Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority lands have had impacts to the California gnatcatcher and its habitat. It is nice to see the law is being upheld. Read the EarthJustice article.
Fun Facts about Coast Live Oaks: These large evergreen trees have a short trunk with numerous large, crooked, spreading branches. They can also be wider than they are tall. The fact that oaks have crooked spreading branches in part saved … Read More
Hills For Everyone updates regularly its base map for the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This map outlines the status of lands in the 31 mile long Wildlife Corridor, including existing publicly and privately protected natural lands, properties privately owned, threatened … Read More
Wow. This was a complete about face for the courts. The Matrix Oil project decision, which had been stopped in the court, was just reversed. The old contract between Whittier and Matrix is expired. This decision allows the oil company … Read More
Spring 2017 (PDF – 1.02 MB) Highlights: Precipitation, Poppies, People, and Problems Loss of a Leader — Jeff Yann Honoring a Leader — Bob Henderson Madrona – A Light at the End of the Tunnel? Esperanza Hills – A Decision in May … Read More