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Summer 2016 NewsletterIn this Summer 2016 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Greening the Concrete Jungle
  • Coastal Influences Grow
  • FHBP’s New Tree Ordinance
  • Out of the Ashes
  • Conservation Plans Turn 20
  • Staying On Trails==$$$
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2016 Newsletter. (1.72 MB PDF)


Summer 2015 NewsletterIn this Summer 2015 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Understanding Fire Impacts on Habitat Lands
  • Fire Statistics
  • Report Recommendations
  • Fire & Water Quality
  • Fire & Climate Change
  • Parks vs. Preserves
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2015 Newsletter. (1.78 MB PDF)


Summer 2014 NewsletterIn this Summer 2014 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • (Re)Connecting Our Habitat Lands
  • Coast to Cleveland Corridor
  • The Pacific Flyway
  • Coal Canyon Bio-Corridor
  • Riparian Corridors
  • Safe Trails Coalition
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2014 Newsletter. (1.78 MB PDF)


Summer 2013 NewsletterIn this Summer 2013 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Woodlands–An Important OC Ecosystem
  • Healthy Watersheds
  • Healthy Beaches & Bays
  • Healthy Backyards
  • Healthy Foothills
  • Safe Trails Coalition
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2013 Newsletter. (1.21 MB PDF)


Winter 2013 NewsletterIn this Winter 2013 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Zoned for Destruction?
  • Election Results (Measures W, CC, and FF)
  • City Efforts to Go Green (Dana Point, Huntington Beach, and San Clemente)
  • Don Thomas (1913-2013)
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Winter 2013 Newsletter. (1.21 MB PDF)


Summer 2012 NewsletterIn this Summer 2012 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Federal and State Laws Ensure Conservation Success
  • A 40 Year Snapshot of Some Orange County’s Conservation Achievements…
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2012 Newsletter. (2.16 MB PDF)


Summer 2011 NewsletterIn this Summer 2011 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Unique Partnership Protects & Restores Land
  • Building on M2’s Success Via a Sustainability Plan
  • Sustainability Policies Document Released
  • Celebrating 10 Years of Conservation Planning
  • Milestones in the OCTA Environmental Mitigation Program Map & Details

Download the Summer 2011 Newsletter. (1.72 MB PDF)


Spring 2010 NewsletterIn this Spring 2010 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Living With Wild Neighbors
  • Status of Development Projects
  • Creating a Sustainable OC Parks and Wildlife Conservation Trust Fund Act of 2010
  • Jan Vandersloot Missed, But Recently Honored
  • Natural Lands Preservation and Restoration Begins Soon!
  • Projects Exempt From Review
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Spring 2010 Newsletter. (1.02 MB PDF)


Winter 2010 NewsletterIn this Winter 2010 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Creating a Sustainable OC
  • Orange County Green Building Council
  • Nature Scene Investigators
  • OC Parks Sustainability Practices
  • What is a LEED Building or Project?
  • The Environmental Natural Center – A LEED Platinum Building
  • Measure M Restoration Projects
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Winter 2010 Newsletter. (1.22 MB PDF)


Summer 2009 NewsletterIn this Summer 2009 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Hopeful Times
  • Wetlands Conservancy Hosts National Media Event
  • General Plans and Their Impacts on Communities
  • What is Happening to Orange County Cactus Wrens? Nature Reserve Seeks Solution for Declining Population
  • Association of Conservation Contractors and Workers Forms
  • New Website Launched
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2009 Newsletter. (1.2 MB PDF)


Summer 2008 NewsletterIn this Summer 2008 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Global Warming & Local Solutions
  • Measure M Update
  • The Tail of Two Cities…Two Case Studies on How Open Spaces Can be Protected
  • A Moment in Time: Orange Coast River Park Gala A Success!
  • Green Vision Map

Download the Summer 2008 Newsletter. (1.07 MB PDF)


Winter 2008 NewsletterIn this Winter 2008 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Let Me Count the Ways: Saving Open Space in Orange County
  • Measure M Update
  • Fairview Park Wetlands & Riparian Habitat Project
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Winter 2008 Newsletter. (2.58 MB PDF)


In this Fall 2007 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • The Next 10 Years
  • Cut the Mud Away When You Have To
  • Life After Concrete
  • Last Child Left Inside
  • Healthy Bizzness Tips
  • Protecting Our Vital Open Spaces From Sprawl
  • Coastal California Diversity
  • Water is the Deciding Factor

Download the Fall 2007 Newsletter. (1.07 MB PDF)


Winter 2007 NewsletterIn this Winter 2007 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Save Orange County Parks
  • The Imagine Series: A Before & After Look at Orange County’s Treasures
  • The Green Vision Project & FHBP Supporters
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Winter 2007 Newsletter. (1.56 MB PDF)

 


Summer 2006 NewsletterIn this Summer 2006 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Acre by Acre: A Story As Strong As Steele
  • The Imagine Series: A Before & After Look at Orange County’s Treasures
  • Orange Coast River Park: Youth Gateway Design Contest & Open House
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Summer 2006 Newsletter. (1.30 KB PDF)


Winter 2006 NewsletterIn this Winter 2006 Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks newsletter, topics include:

  • Aliso Viejo – At the End of the Road… How Decisions in the Inland Empire Will Impact this Orange County City
  • FHBP President Jean Watt Receives Leadership Award
  • Introducing the Imagine Series: A Before & After Look at Orange County’s Treasures
  • Green Vision Project: Shaping the County’s Open Space Future
  • Results of This Year’s Work
  • Green Vision Map & Articles

Download the Winter 2006 Newsletter. (1.42 MB PDF)