Category: Blog Posts

April 1, 2019April 5, 2019
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Peters Canyon Plan Meeting

If you are available on Thursday, April 18th Orange County Parks is hosting a public meeting (open house format) from 6-8 PM on the Peters Canyon Regional Park General Development Plan. The meeting will be at Irvine Regional Park at the Soda Fountain. Attend if you can! Learn more at OC Parks.

March 27, 2019April 5, 2019
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Protect CEQA Op-Ed

Hills For Everyone’s Claire Schlotterbeck focused this Voice of OC OpEd on preserving our environmental laws, specifically CEQA. “State policymakers…must find a way to make housing more affordable while still protecting precious natural lands, public health, water supplies and air quality. View the Voice of OC Op-Ed.

March 21, 2019April 5, 2019
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Poseidon “Risky”

Huntington Beach Poseidon Desal plant considered “financially risky” based on results from an independent study. The plant’s status will be reported at an upcoming Regional Water Quality Control Board meeting. View the Los Angeles Times article.

March 20, 2019April 5, 2019
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Cougars in Jeopardy

We’ve all loved the stories of P-22 and other cougars known for crossing major highways. Liberty Canyon at the 101 is getting a new bridge to connect habitat lands–the question is, will it happen fast enough? Local mountain lions are facing certain extinction without fast intervention connecting landscapes, adding new genes into the local population,...

March 19, 2019March 19, 2019
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Upcoming OCTA Hike

Join OCTA on a family-focused hike 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. This hike is part of the managed access...