Telemundo 52 segment featuring interviews with our Executive Director, Belén Bernal, and Community Ambassador Lidia Aguilar. (April 2022)

“Almost $1 million could come for shuttle into Angeles National Forest” featuring Program Manager Bryan Matsumoto. Congressmember Judy Chu (D-Pasadena) has proposed $995,000 for Nature for All’s Los Angeles-San Gabriel Mountains Urban Shuttle project through the House Appropriations Committee. The vision, which will include community/ stakeholder planning input, workforce development and an emphasis on visitor education, stewardship and responsible recreation, now heads to the Senate for a vote. (Daily Bulletin, July 16, 2021)

Executive Director Belinda Faustinos appeared on KCRW’s Morning Edition March 9, 2021 to discuss the Protecting America’s Wilderness and Public Lands Act and what it means for our communities.

Nature for All Joins Congress Members Judy Chu, Adam Schiff, Salud Carbajal and Jared Huffman to Support Final House Vote to Preserve One Million Acres of Wilderness and Public Land in California (Press Release, February 25, 2021)

“Bills to Protect CA Public Lands Get Votes Today in D.C.” featuring Leadership Academy Graduate Josh Andujo (Public News Service, November, 2019)

“Bridging the Green Space Gap” featuring leadership academy graduate Carolyn Jones (USC Story Space, October, 2019)

Agencies And Nonprofits Band Together To Shuttle Hikers From Arcadia To San Gabriel Mountains (Arcadia Weekly, October 22, 2019)

Nature for All Interview with Spectrum News (Spectrum News, August 2019)

L.A. Metro plans to increase access to public outdoor spaces (Los Angeles Times, July 25, 2019)

Hearing Wednesday in Congress on Bills to Protect CA Public Lands (Public News Service, July 2019)

” 4 1/2 years after the San Gabriel Mountains became a national monument, it now has a plan” (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, May 2019)

“Surprise! The East Fork of the San Gabriel River gets a clean bill of health” (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, May 2019)

“Our nation’s public lands — whether they are iconic national treasures or local parks — should mirror the greatness of America, embody the spirit of our people, and celebrate our historical and cultural achievements” (Inland Empire Community News, May 2019)

“A proteger la tierra pública de California” (To protect the public land of California) (La Opinión, April 2019)

“Nature for All celebrates the re-introduction of historic federal legislation which would further protect and create access to the San Gabriel Mountains” (Press Release, April 2019)

“Nature for All celebrates the introduction of historic federal legislation which would further protect and create access to the San Gabriel Mountains” (Press Release, December 2018)

“Car vs. bicycles: A roundabout way to slow speeders, extend bike trail on Highway 39” (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, November 2017)

“Trailblazers: Maricela Rosales of the Abilities Project” (Modern Hiker, November 2017)

“LA County Supports Keeping San Gabriel Mountains as National Monument” (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, May 2017)

Guest commentary by our Belinda Faustinos, “Fulfilling vision for San Gabriel River is a monumental task” (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, November 2016)

Coordinator Amy Wong’s post about the San Gabriel Mountains won a blog contest by the National Forest Federation (Modern Hiker, November 2015)

Coalition member John Monsen wrote a post about the proposed monument expansion and NRA for the Sierra Club’s Angeles Chapter’s website (October 2015)

Daniel Rossman of Wilderness Society talked about monument plans (August 2015 on KCRW’s Which Way, LA?)

Robert Garcia of member organization The City Project interviewed about providing access for all (KPCC)

Andrew Yip of member organization Bike SGV is quoted in a story about climate change and equity (The Guardian)

Lessons in Leadership in the San Gabriel Valley (La Madra Tierra, July 15, 2015)

Bringing the San Gabriel Mountains Closer to the People by Robert Garcia (KCET Departures, February 2015)

San Gabriel Mountains National Monument a Gift to Americans: Guest commentary by Joe Provenzale (LA Daily News, November 2014)

Past and Present Meet in L.A.’s Uncertain Wilderness by Thomas Curwen (LA Times, October 2014)

How to Protect the San Gabriel Mountains (LA Times Editorial, October 2014)

National Monument Status is Best for San Gabriels (San Gabriel Valley Tribune Editorial, September 2014)