About Laguna Greenbelt, Inc.

Our organization led the fight for protection and preservation of 22,000 acres of open space in southern Orange County, California. This coastal wilderness area is called the Laguna Greenbelt. Today we continue to defend this iconic landscape for the sake of its wild inhabitants and the people who love it.


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Laguna Greenbelt, Inc. Featured on Blog

By |November 16th, 2017|

Laguna Greenbelt, Inc. was recently featured on The Backyard Gnome, a Canadian-based blog about backyard design, party planning, and now – community organizations.

Thank you, Backyard Gnome, for telling all your readers about our work and promoting international awareness about environmental conservation!

Laguna Greenbelt, Inc and the Coastal Greenbelt Preserve



$500,000 Will Go To Laguna Canyon Creek Restoration

By |August 9th, 2016|

The State of California recently announced that Laguna Beach will receive $500,000 for creek restoration on the City-owned DeWitt property.  This parcel lies between Anneliese School and the Sun Valley neighborhood, adjacent to Laguna Canyon Road.

In 2015 Laguna Greenbelt board members Bob Borthwick and Lance Vallery completed a Master Plan document with recommendations to restore […]

UCLA Students Complete Camera Study

By |August 1st, 2016|

In the spring of 2016, six Environmental Science seniors from UCLA collected photo images of animals around Spectrum V business park, in the vicinity of the Coast to Cleveland Wildlife Corridor.  The results of their project are in, and show some interesting trends. Of concern is a lack of bobcats sightings; Only one bobcat was seen. Coyotes were […]