OC Public Works has a community meeting on the Brea Canyon Road Expansion project scheduled for Wednesday, May 29 from 6-7:30 PM. View our email on the meeting.
The cougars in the Santa Ana and Santa Monica Mountains face dire consequences if these “islands” of habitat are not connected. The cougars are genetically isolated, which causes inbreeding, and that means the mountain lions face local extinction. Corridors connecting … Read More
The La Habra Heights City Council is worried about a potential landslide on Hacienda Blvd. after reviewing a geotechnical study on the road. The City issued a state of emergency and has closed the route connecting Hacienda Heights to La … Read More
A new wildlife corridor ordinance was passed in Ventura County. It is in times like these that we can point to policies and say… “look it has been done before, this isn’t something new.” Sometimes it is hard to lead … Read More
Today we were at the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) focusing on a study of wildfire, water, wildlands, and policy. The study being worked on is just at the beginning and will take a few years to complete. We … Read More
Scientists have designated 20 worldwide “Hot Spots.” These are places rich in species diversity, yet are threatened by imminent development. The Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor is situated in one of these Hot Spots. This Hot Spot is an area second … Read More
In the 1990s conservation science advanced enough for all of us to understand that our wild places needed to be connected to one another or the species and habitats would eventually die out. Hills For Everyone worked with State Parks … Read More
When conservation biology came out as an emerging science, we realized we needed to connect our landscapes together. Hence the name the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. To make those connects agencies need to take new approaches to keep connections intact. … Read More