Learn about the Hsi Lai Temple project, the Liberty Canyon bridge and other wildlife corridors, and how to avoid social trails to keep our natural lands in great shape. Read the July E-Newsletter.
Happy Earth Day! For more than 40 years Hills For Everyone has worked with its partners to protect more than 19,000 acres of natural lands in the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. We need your help to continue this effort. We … Read More
In this monthly e-newsletter, park supporters learn about park rules and protecting the poppy blooms, how to make camping reservations in a State Park or Beach, and the do’s and don’ts of snake country. And, Happy Earth Day (April 22nd)! … Read More
Another announcement for progress being made at the State Park. We partnered with the Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association and Department of Parks and Recreation to design, get approval for, and (today) start the installation of the three new … Read More
There are some of the ongoing, serious, and destructive trail issues in Chino Hills State Park. As founders of the State Park, it appears important to remind everyone that these lands were protected for their habitat values. Please stay on designated … Read More