Chino Hills State Park

"As we celebrate the centennial, we should also remember that, although one act of Congress and a presidential signature can put a park on the map, the work of preserving these places and their stories falls to us too, as citizens, as owners, and it's never done." (David Quammen, National Geographic Magazine "The Power of Parks" January 2016 Edition). We at Hills For Everyone agree. Our work is not done in the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This video shows our legacy project: the protection of Chino Hills State Park from East Fenceline Trail.

Posted by Hills For Everyone on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

The Power of Parks

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“As we celebrate the centennial, we should also remember that, although one act of Congress and a presidential signature can put a park on the map, the work of preserving these places and their stories falls to us too, as … Read More