Preserving Our Hillsides Claremont Wildlands Conservancy
Join Our Mailing List

CWC News

Evey Canyon to be added to CHWP Thanks to Generous Pomona College Gift (Jul 14, 2017)


A generous gift from Pomona College will allow the City of Claremont to add Evey Canyon and parts of the Padua Hills to the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park.

Read the Whole Story

Summer 2017 issue of The Post now available (Jun 28, 2017)


The 2017 issue of The Post, the official newsletter of the Claremont Wildlands Conservancy, is now available.

Read the Whole Story

Help Save the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument (Jun 19, 2017)


The CWC urges you to call or write Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke in support of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and the 26 other national monuments that are at risk, after he placed them under review in April.  As a result, congressional action could lead to reductions in the size of these monuments, or elimination of them.

One of the Trump administration's arguments for initiating the review is that community participation in the process of creating these monuments was lacking. We need to demonstrate that this was not the case and that the monument meets vital needs in our region.

The deadline for public comment is July 10, and your input can make a difference. See the full story for details about CWC advocacy and how to get involved.

Read the Whole Story

CWC's Newest Board Member Salutes Its Eldest: A Tribute to Georgeann Andrus (Jul 5, 2016)

Georgeann & Antonio.jpg

The Claremont Wildlands Conservancy's newest board member, Antonio Sanchez, reports on a recent conversation with the CWC board's eldest member, Georgeann Andrus.

Read the Whole Story

CWC in the Claremont Courier on Wilderness Park Master Plan (Nov 30, 2015)


Alongside the CWC's official response to the draft of the Wilderness Park master plan, this Fall members of the Conservancy's board of directors have also written letters to Claremont's mayor, its city council, and relevant city staff members on a variety of topics related to the master plan. Copies of these letters have also been published in the Claremont Courier. These letters have focused important issues including park funding, expansion, governance, access, and community benefits.

Read the Whole Story

CWC Response to Claremont Hills Wilderness Park Master Plan Draft (Sep 24, 2015)


The CWC responds to the City of Claremont's call for public comment on its Draft Master Plan for the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. The CWC Board has analyzed the draft plan and formulated our responses to its various proposals. We are in general agreement with many of the recommendation, but we identify three major areas where we see opportunities to improve the plan, including vision, funding, and governance.

Read the Whole Story

CWC Public Comment on San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Management Plan (Jul 20, 2015)


In response to the Forest Service's call for public input on its San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Management Plan, the Claremont Wildlands Conservancy has submitted the following comment. Our comment encourages collaboration among the newly created National Monument and neighboring agencies and communities, especially in the areas of the SGMNM plan focused on Reducing the Risk of Catastrophic Wildland Fire, Providing Outdoor Recreation Activities, and Improving Watershed Condition.

Read the Whole Story

Facebook Logo
Blue Spotted LizardBlue Spotted LizardEnlarge this Image

Did You Know?

There are no Facts at this time.

Home | | Volunteer Login
© 2005-19 Claremont Wildlands Conservancy
1320 N. Mountain Ave., Claremont, CA 91711
The Claremont Wildlands Conservancy is dedicated to the preservation of open space in the foothills above Claremont, California.
Website Design and Management by Highpoint Web Design, LLC
Website photos by New Sage Images unless otherwise noted.