FHBP Events

Join us to learn about California’s 30×30 effort to conserve 30% of the state’s lands and waters by 2030. These monthly workshops cover the Natural Resource Agency’s Pathways to 30×30—strategies to implement the goal, as well as tools to help your organization be successful. Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks (FHBP) is taking a leadership role in helping California tribes, social justice, equity, environmental justice, and conservation non-profits and land trusts meet 30×30 through this educational workshop series.

Our goal is to help train organizations and leaders on the pathways to implementing 30×30 and providing details on completing conservation and restoration work in California. This includes transaction examples, governmental funding, and creative financing mechanisms as well as capacity building.

We are hosting these workshops on Zoom for a number of reasons:

  • Offers a chance for more people to attend,
  • Allows for a recording of the event,
  • Allows for improved inclusion (closed captioning and live Spanish interpretation),
  • Lowers carbon emissions from travel,
  • Eliminates the need to sit in traffic,
  • Makes it more cost-effective (no speaker travel costs, room rental expenses, etc.), and
  • Protects those with compromised immune systems.

So, attend one, some, or all of these events from the comfort of your home or office. Events will be hosted on Zoom on the fourth Thursday of every month starting in April until November* from 10 – 11:30 am. *November is the 5th Thursday.

Download the Flyer on this Workshop Series. Registration is required.

Workshop 1 – Thursday, Apr. 27 (10 – 11:30 am)

Pathways to 30×30:

  • #5 – Institutionalizing Regional Advance Mitigation
    Liz O’Donoghue, The Nature Conservancy
  • #6 – Accelerating Restoration & Stewardship
    John Villa, Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy
  • #10 – Evaluating Conservation Outcomes (Mapping Focus)
    Dan Rademacher & Amanda Kochanek, GreenInfo Network

Workshop 2 – Thursday, May 25 (10 – 11:30 am)

Learn about several state and local sources of funding from the State Coastal Conservancy, Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, and Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy.

Workshop 3 – Thursday, June 22 (10 – 11:30 am)

Get the details on conservation transactions including transaction basics, creative funding mechanisms, mitigation lands, and conservation from the perspective of private landowners.

Workshop 4 – Thursday, July 27 (10 – 11:30 am)

Pathways to 30×30:

  • #4 – Enhancing Existing Lands & Coastal Waters
  • #7 – Strengthening Government Coordination

Workshop 5 – Thursday, Aug. 25 (10 – 11:30 am)

Hear how the state budget, CA Natural Resources Agency, CA Department of Fish and Wildlife, and local/regional A financing mechanisms can fund 30×30 investments.

Workshop 6 – Thursday, Sept. 28 (10 – 11:30 am)

Pathways to 30×30:

  • #1 – Accelerating Regionally Led Conservation
    (Disadvantaged Community Focus)
  • #3 – Increasing Voluntary Conservation Easements (Natural & Agricultural Lands Focus)

Workshop 7 – Thursday, Oct. 26 (10 – 11:30 am)

Learn about capacity building through grants from the Wildlife Conservation Board, how to
determine staff capacity needs, and how to connect directly to the local community.

Workshop 8 – Thursday, Nov. 30 (10 – 11:30 am)

Pathways to 30×30:

  • #2 Executing Strategic Land Acquisitions (Urban Focus)
  • #8 Maximizing Conservation Investments
  • #9 Promoting Complementary Conservation Measures (Tribal Focus)

FHBP Eventos

Únase a nosotros para aprender sobre la Iniciativa 30×30 de California para conservar el 30% de las tierras y aguas del estado para el año 2030. Estos talleres mensuales cubren los caminos hacia 30×30 de la Agencia de Recursos Naturales: estrategias para implementar la meta y herramientas para ayudar a su organización a tener éxito. Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks (FHBP) está asumiendo un papel de liderazgo para ayudar a las tribus de California, la justicia social, la equidad, la justicia ambiental, organizaciones sin fines de lucro de conservación y fideicomisos de tierras para alcanzar la meta de 30×30 a través de esta serie de talleres educativos.

Nuestro objetivo es ayudar a entrenar organizaciones y líderes en los caminos para implementar 30×30 y ofrecer detalles sobre cómo completar el trabajo de conservación y restauración en California. Esto incluye ejemplos de transacciones, fondos gubernamentales y mecanismos de financiación creativos, así como desarrollo de capacidades.

Estamos organizando estos talleres en Zoom por varias razones:

  • Ofrece la capacidad de que más personas asistan,
  • Permite grabar el evento,
  • Permite una inclusión mejorada (subtítulos e interpretación en espanol en vivo),
  • Reduce las emisiones de carbono,
  • Elimina la posibilidad de sentarse en tráfico,
  • Lo hace más económico (sin costos de viajes de oradores, gastos de alquiler de salas, etc.) y 
  • Protege a las personas con sistemas inmunológicos comprometidos.

Así que, asista a uno, algunos o todos estos eventos desde la comodidad de su hogar u oficina. Los eventos se realizarán en Zoom el cuarto jueves de cada mes desde abril hasta noviembre* de 10:00 am a 11:30 am. *En noviembre es el 5to jueves.

Descargue el volante sobre esta serie de talleres. Es necesario registrarse.

Primer taller – 27 de abril (10 – 11:30 am)

Este taller destaca tres mecanismos de conservación específicos del documento “Pathways to 30×30” – Caminos hacia 30×30:

  • #5 – Mitigación de avance regional
    Liz O’Donoghue, The Nature Conservancy
  • #6 – Restauración y administración
    John Villa, Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy
  • #10 – Midiendo resultados (Enfoque en cartografía)
    Dan Rademacher & Amanda Kochanek, GreenInfo Network

Primer taller – 25 de mayo (10 – 11:30 am)

Conozca varias fuentes de financiación estatales y locales de State Coastal Conservancy, Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, Rivers and Mountains Conservancy y Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy.

Primer taller – 22 de junio (10 – 11:30 am)

Obtenga los detalles sobre las transacciones de conservación, incluidos los conceptos básicos de la transacción, los mecanismos creativos de financiamiento, las tierras de mitigación y la conservación desde la perspectiva de los propietarios privados.

Primer taller – 27 de julio (10 – 11:30 am)

Este taller destaca dos mecanismos de conservación específicos del documento “Pathways to 30×30” – Caminos hacia 30×30:

  • #4 Mejorando las Tierras Existentes y las Aguas Costeras
  • #7 Fortaleciendo la Coordinación Gubernamental

Primer taller – 28 de agosto (10 – 11:30 am)

Escuchar cómo el presupuesto estatal, la Agencia de Recursos Naturales de CA, el Departamento de Pesca y Vida Silvestre de CA y los mecanismos de financiamiento creativos locales/regionales pueden financiar inversiones de 30×30.

Primer taller – 28 de septiembre (10 – 11:30 am)

Este taller destaca dos mecanismos de conservación específicos del documento “Pathways to 30×30” – Caminos hacia 30×30:

  • #1 Acelerando la Conservación Liderada Regionalmente (Enfoque en las comunidades en desventaja)
  • #3 Aumento de las servidumbres de conservación voluntarias (Enfoque en tierras naturales y agrícolas)

Primer taller – 28 de octubre (10 – 11:30 am)

Aprender sobre el desarrollo de capacidades a través de subvenciones de la Junta de Conservación de la Vida Silvestre, cómo determinar las necesidades de capacidad del personal y cómo conectarse directamente con la comunidad local.

Primer taller – 30 de noviembre (10 – 11:30 am)

Este taller destaca tres mecanismos de conservación específicos del documento “Pathways to 30×30” – Caminos hacia 30×30:

  • #2 Ejecutado estrategias de adquisicion de tierras (Enfoque Urbano)
  • #8 Maximizando las Inversiones en Conservación
  • #9 Promoviendo la Conservación Complementaria Medidas (Enfoque tribal)

Non-FHBP Events

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) hosts events on its mitigation preserves including:

Equestrian Ride at Trabuco Rose Preserve
Mar 19, 2023 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Trabuco Rose Preserve is a 396-acre parcel located northwest of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. It’s bordered by the Cleveland National Forest to the north and Trabuco Creek to the south, while Hickey Creek drains the western side. The Preserve features rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 1,120 to 1,650 feet above mean sea level. Bring your own horse. Registration is required in advance.

Hike at Pacific Horizon Preserve
Apr 22, 2023 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Pacific Horizon Preserve is a 151-acre parcel located in the Southeast portion of the City of Laguna Beach. It is adjacent to Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, as well as Moulton Meadows Park. Registration is required in advance.

Equestrian Ride at Trabuco Rose Preserve
May 20, 2023 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Trabuco Rose Preserve is a 396-acre parcel located northwest of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. It’s bordered by the Cleveland National Forest to the north and Trabuco Creek to the south, while Hickey Creek drains the western side. The Preserve features rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 1,120 to 1,650 feet above mean sea level. Bring your own horse. Registration is required in advance.

Equestrian Ride at Trabuco Rose Preserve
Jul 22, 2023 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
The Trabuco Rose Preserve is a 396-acre parcel located northwest of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. It’s bordered by the Cleveland National Forest to the north and Trabuco Creek to the south, while Hickey Creek drains the western side. The Preserve features rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 1,120 to 1,650 feet above mean sea level. Bring your own horse. Registration is required in advance.

Hike at Pacific Horizon Preserve
Aug 12, 2023 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Pacific Horizon Preserve is a 151-acre parcel located in the Southeast portion of the City of Laguna Beach. It is adjacent to Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, as well as Moulton Meadows Park. Registration is required in advance.

Equestrian Ride at Trabuco Rose Preserve
Sep 17, 2023 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
The Trabuco Rose Preserve is a 396-acre parcel located northwest of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. It’s bordered by the Cleveland National Forest to the north and Trabuco Creek to the south, while Hickey Creek drains the western side. The Preserve features rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 1,120 to 1,650 feet above mean sea level. Bring your own horse. Registration is required in advance.

Hike at Wren’s View Preserve
Nov 4, 2023 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
The Wren’s View Preserve is a 116-acre parcel located northwest of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon, and immediately north of O’Neill Regional Park and Trabuco Creek. Registration is required in advance.

Equestrian Ride at Trabuco Rose Preserve
Nov 18, 2023 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Trabuco Rose Preserve is a 396-acre parcel located northwest of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. It’s bordered by the Cleveland National Forest to the north and Trabuco Creek to the south, while Hickey Creek drains the western side. The Preserve features rolling terrain with elevations ranging from 1,120 to 1,650 feet above mean sea level. Bring your own horse. Registration is required in advance.


Past Virtual Hikes