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April 17, 2019April 17, 2019
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FHBP Hike in Laguna 5/18

Enjoy some of the “hiker’s only” trails found in Laguna Coast Wilderness Park! Climb the Canyon Trail to enjoy a beautiful vista from the peak. The return trip brings us by Barbara’s Lake, enshrouded with the lush vegetation that a season of good rains can bring. Laguna Coast Wilderness Park’s 7,000 acres are part of...

April 17, 2019April 17, 2019
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Newsom’s Fire Position

The application of wildfire science would be a helpful tool in land use planning–especially for local and regional decision makers. Instead of continuing to build where repeated fires have burned, use the science and fire history to help determine where it is SAFEST to build. Even our earthquake faults have a safety zone. What do...

April 14, 2019April 17, 2019
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OCTA Ride on 4/28

Join OCTA on an equestrian ride of the Trabuco Rose Preserve, which is a 119-acre parcel located northwest of the city of Rancho Santa Margarita in Trabuco Canyon. This land was preserved as part of the mitigation for impacts to habitat lands from the Authority’s freeway projects. OCTA offers managed access for the public to...

April 10, 2019April 17, 2019
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Costa Mesa Event 4/20

The City of Costa Mesa is offering an event at Fairview Park: Saturday April 20, 9 – 12 pm “Earthday Celebration and Work-party” . Join in the fun and educational activities to celebrate the earth and all its wonders with booths, talks, walks, observations and explanations, of the surrounding environment by local naturalists, biologists and...

April 9, 2019April 17, 2019
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Crafting a Parks Measure

This Los Angeles Times article shows how a carefully crafted parks measure can be passed with an eye toward improving access to park disadvantaged communities. Several previous park measures were defeated and policy leaders crafted it in a different way. “What’s different this time is that just under a third of funds will be directed...