New Preserve Name Revealed

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In 2011 The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) purchased the Hayashi property in Brea’s Carbon Canyon. It lies adjacent to Chino Hills State Park at the juncture of Soquel and Carbon Creeks. The land was purchased as mitigation for OCTA’s … Read More

Recap Video for 2017

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We are pleased to provide a recap of our activities in 2017 and for all of the support that allowed us to take action and to win environmental battles on several fronts. This approximately two minute video highlights the wildflower … Read More

View our 2016 Recap Video

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“Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” –George Santayana For the last few years, Hills For Everyone has created an informative video of our accomplishments and upcoming challenges for the next year.  Looking back reminds … Read More

Chino Hills State Park

"As we celebrate the centennial, we should also remember that, although one act of Congress and a presidential signature can put a park on the map, the work of preserving these places and their stories falls to us too, as citizens, as owners, and it's never done." (David Quammen, National Geographic Magazine "The Power of Parks" January 2016 Edition). We at Hills For Everyone agree. Our work is not done in the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. This video shows our legacy project: the protection of Chino Hills State Park from East Fenceline Trail.

Posted by Hills For Everyone on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

The Power of Parks

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“As we celebrate the centennial, we should also remember that, although one act of Congress and a presidential signature can put a park on the map, the work of preserving these places and their stories falls to us too, as … Read More

2014 Year in Review

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Hills For Everyone is pleased to release a short video recapping the 2014 Wildlife Corridor preservation efforts.  From Stop Madrona to the Habitat Authority’s 20th Anniversary celebration, we were engaged in hillside protection and celebration efforts throughout the four-county region. … Read More