There are many reasons the lands within the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor have been protected. This section focuses on the background, history, and planning efforts within the Corridor.
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- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
View frequently asked questions about the Wildlife Corridor and get informative answers.
- MAPS OF THE WILDLIFE CORRIDOR
Download maps of the Wildlife Corridor that depict protected open spaces, threatened lands, and other important visuals.
Discover efforts on both sides of the hills to restore the land to its native habitats.
Read the background on federal, state, regional, and local agencies, and non-profits that have united efforts to preserve the Wildlife Corridor.
- SAVING OPEN SPACE
Understand the many ingredients that go into preserving natural lands from poorly planned developments.
See the state investment table of acquisitions in the Wildlife Corridor and a list of chronological acquisitions of Chino Hills State Park.
- 30×30 CAMPAIGN
View the work Hills For Everyone did identifying possible conservation opportunities for the State Natural Resources Agency’s 30×30 campaign in partnership with Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks and a conservation coalition.