It is always nice to get some publicity in the Chino Champion. This article outlines the barbed wire fence removal effort and the recent grants received to help with post-fire recovery. View the Chino Champion article.
We could use your help! Every 4th of July, Hills For Everyone calls on its supporters to volunteer to staff our information booth at the Brea Country Fair. The event runs from 9 AM to 3 PM at City Hall … Read More
TBT: When the State could not afford park operation (even though acquisition had begun), Hills For Everyone volunteers offered to operate Chino Hills State Park. Between 1982-84, it was opened for limited public use. This endeavor marked the first time in … Read More
Enjoy breakfast on the Habitat Authority and find out how you can become a Preserve hike leader. Habitat Authority Volunteer Docent Naturalists are needed to help lead school group hikes, public hikes, give environmental education presentations and assist with special … Read More
If you enjoy hiking in the Puente Hills find out how to contribute to the safety and aesthetics of the Preserve as you help patrol the trails. Become a Trail Watch Volunteer Trail Watch Volunteers: Report trail hazards to appropriate authorities Advise trail users … Read More