Hills For Everyone’s Melanie Schlotterbeck was selected to serve on a statewide conservation committee that will improve investments in lands, trail access, restoration work, disadvantaged communities, and more! View the Breaking News E-Newsletter!
Paradise Ranch Project
The City of Chino Hills is accepting comments on a Notice of Preparation of the Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Paradise Ranch project, which would subdivide 85 acres in Carbon Canyon into 52 lots.
Hsi Lai Temple Expansion
The proposed expansion of the Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights is being considered in Los Angeles County. The project triples the existing facility. An Environmental Impact Report will be released soon.
Hills For Everyone mapped 275 properties (more than 30,000+ acres) of possible conservation land to help the State meet its 30x30 goals. We've taken a leadership role in the Southland Working Group to advance local conservation efforts.
Brea Canyon Road Widening
The County of Orange proposes doubling the width of and straightening Brea Canyon Road. This location is critical to the function of the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. Wildlife movement studies are being conducted.
The groundbreaking of the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing was celebrated by Governor Gavin Newsom and many other elected leaders this spring. California needs to add more crossings if we’re to truly address habitat fragmentation. Support for the Safe Roads and … Read More
We are always pleased to partner with others, like the Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association and Chino Hills State Park to make progress on preservation, restoration, access, and recreation to our public lands. And a shout out to all … Read More