Peeking into La Verne’s backyard

Stephens Ranch Road, just outside Marshall Canyon Regional Park, offers a panoramic view of La Verne. The area is the subject of a new wilderness area management and public access plan that has been approved by the La Verne City Council. / photo by Casi Martinez
Stephens Ranch Road, just outside Marshall Canyon Regional Park, offers a panoramic view of La Verne. The area is the subject of a new wilderness area management and public access plan that has been approved by the La Verne City Council. / photo by Casi Martinez

Casi Martinez, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and photography editor of La Verne Magazine.

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