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.
Former Whittier Councilmember Bob Henderson has been instrumental in saving the Whittier Hills. Many want to honor his contributions by naming something after the dedicated leader. The Whittier City Council even voted 5-0 to name a trail after him, but … Read More
State Parks are not created for dogs. State Parks are created to protect the native plants and animals. For example, when dogs urinate, their scent can disrupt the normal foraging of mule deer whose nourishment needs are highly specific. You … Read More
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
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
Our first newsletter of the new year focuses on trails and fire recovery. Chino Hills State Park finalized its trail plan and there are tips to keeping the natural resources protected by staying on trail. Further, Hills For Everyone and … Read More
In case you missed it on 12/31/20, the California Department of Parks and Recreation released the Final Road & Trail Management Plan for Chino Hills State Park. This plan illustrates what trails and roads are authorized by the park… meaning … Read More
The Puente Hills Habitat Preservation Authority opens some trails on Saturday, May 9th. Read the description from the post below about which Preserve trails/parking lots are accessible. Please also remain safe through physical distancing, face masks are required, and no … Read More