Corridor Conservation Authority
Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority (WCCA) was established
to provide for the proper planning, conservation, environmental
protection, and maintenance of lands within the Puente-Chino
Hills corridor area. Its goal is to assure that sufficient
continuity of habitat can be preserved to maintain a functioning
wildlife corridor made up of about 40,000 acres of land located
between the Santa Ana Mountains and Whittier Hills. WCCA’s
governing board consists of representatives from the cities
of Brea, Whittier, Diamond Bar, La Habra Heights, the Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, California Department of Parks
and Recreation, California Department of Fish and Game (ex
officio member), Los Angeles County, and two public members.
A large Advisory Committee meets separately to provide input.
The Puente-Chino Hills ecosystem encompasses
portions of four counties. Preserving land in the corridor
has been a cooperative endeavor with other public agencies
and many nonprofit organizations.
WCCA consistently provides comments on development
proposals and other projects to support environmentally sensitive
activities in the corridor. In addition, many WCCA members
participate in other planning efforts.
Ruth M. Low
Jane L. Williams
Glenn Parker, Chair
Michael Hughes, Vice Chair
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Upcoming Board and Advisory Committee Meetings
(no meetings scheduled at this time)