A First Step Towards Acquisition

We have great news to share! Chevron is collaborating on an acquisition agreement that can lead to the preservation of all 510 acres of West Coyote Hills as an open space park. We think this is the greatest opportunity ever to save West Coyote Hills. To t...

A Path Forward to Development

As Council Turns Down $15 Million for Coyote Hills Acquisition In the August 2017 issue of the Fullerton Observer, I wrote a somewhat tongue-in-cheek piece titled “I’m All for Saving Coyote Hills… Unless It Can Actually Be Done”. This was in respo...

A Whole New Measure W

Recently Malibu voters went to the poll to vote on a 38,000 square foot shopping center. The development would be limited to only 15% of the site and anchored by Whole Foods. The plan even called for a community garden to educate school children. Supporte...

Acquisition Update

The journey to Save Coyote Hills from development has been long, and has seemed to move slowly at times. We want to outline the current status of the process, and to let you know that we anticipate progress in the coming months. As you know, Fullerton vot...

Acquistion Update

We have mixed news to report. In July, the Trust for Public Lands departed from this project. They cited that they could not add any value given the current state of negotiations on this project. While we are saddened by their departure, we are quite happ...

Challenge Grant Continues

We’ve still a little way to go to completely match the $6,500 challenge grant. Remember that every dollar you donate will be doubled by the matching grant. Please make your dollars go farther by making a tax-deductible donation now. We are fightin...