From Campgrounds to Cougars, We’ve Covered A Lot! Learn about improvements at group camp, how to protect the wildflowers, and why the top predator is important. View the February E-Newsletter.
It has been quite a varied week for all of us with the Huntington Beach Oil Spill impacting our coastal lands, beaches, and wetlands. This was quickly followed up by a 22 acre brush fire in Brea and then an … Read More
This is your friendly, but VERY serious, reminder our hills are *quite* flammable. So are our cars, houses, possessions–even us–we are flammable. More fires start in the month of July than *any other* month in the year because of fireworks. … Read More
Learn about how humans impact our wildlands and their inhabitants and why dogs are only allowed in some places. Following park rules is a must to maintain the ecological integrity of the land. Also, information on new heli-hydrants is covered … Read More
State Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara proposes discouraging home building in wildfire prone areas to reduce the losses of lives and property. Insurance companies have begun pulling out of fire zones due to the high potential of catastrophic losses. In order … Read More
A lot of the projects Hills For Everyone has opposed are in Very High (or High) Fire Hazard Severity Zones (i.e., Hidden Oaks – Chino Hills, Madrona – Brea, and Esperanza Hills – above Yorba Linda). By definition this means … Read More
Here is the second in a three part series on wildfires in Orange County. This article focuses on Chino Hills State Park and how it has an unnatural fire frequency. Too many fires burning the land is having big impacts … Read More
This is an important article to carefully read and slowly absorb about fires (especially the myths about forest fires versus chaparral fires). Fuel reduction has been the hot topic to “keep communities safe,” but in reality, the science is showing … Read More