LGB President Gets Coverage in Local News

EBrownPhotoPeople living in Orange County know that coyotes have been making it into the papers the past several months. Elisabeth Brown, Ph.D., Laguna Greenbelt’s president, expressed her point of view on coyotes in an op-ed earlier this month. Check it out to learn more about why coyotes are essential to maintaining our ecosystems, and what we can do (and not do) to help people and wildlife coexist in our urban and urbanizing neighborhoods.

Read Dr. Brown’s piece in the Laguna Beach Independent.





Laguna Greenbelt, Inc. Gets Published

In November, the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot published our commentary on the Coast to Cleveland Wildlife Corridor. This corridor, like all wildlife corridors, will be used by plants and animals to move between two larger habitats. Our bobcats, rabbits, cactus wrens, and even plants depend on the ability to move from place to place safely.

Part of the Laguna Greenbelt mission is educating the public about the open space and why the health of our parks and open spaces is at risk.

Read it here.