Chino Hills State Park expands

Chino Hills State Park has grown by about 1,600 acres, thanks to a new law that adds the area to the state park system. The law, signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in October, will protect habitat for wildlife, and open the park area of rolling hills, canyons and hiking trails for those who want to get out in nature to hike or mountain bike. The new law supercedes a previous policy that prohibited additions to state parks to be accepted. This expansion marks the first time Chino Hills State Park has been expanded since 2006. / photo by William Hardy
Chino Hills State Park has grown by about 1,600 acres, thanks to a new law that adds the area to the state park system. The law, signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in October, will protect habitat for wildlife, and open the park area of rolling hills, canyons and hiking trails for those who want to get out in nature to hike or mountain bike. The new law supercedes a previous policy that prohibited additions to state parks to be accepted. This expansion marks the first time Chino Hills State Park has been expanded since 2006. / photo by William Hardy
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William Zeus Hardy, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times. His work can also be found at williamhardy.mypixieset.com.

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