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December 25, 1992 | BERT ELJERA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Four-year-old Kyle Glaser was eager to look at the birds, but his brother, Robert, 2, was there just for the ride--in his father's backpack. They were in hiking gear as Jeremy and Nancy Glaser of Newport Beach took the boys on a leisurely walk through the Jim Dilley Greenbelt Preserve in Laguna Canyon, a 520-acre wilderness formerly known as Sycamore Hills. "I thought it would be a wonderful way to spend the day," said Jeremy Glaser. "The kids have to see open space.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1992 | BERT ELJERA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Four-year-old Kyle Glaser was eager to look at the birds, but his brother, Robert, 2, was there just for the ride--in his father's backpack. They were in hiking gear as Jeremy and Nancy Glaser of Newport Beach took the boys on a leisurely walk through the Jim Dilley Greenbelt Preserve in Laguna Canyon, a 520-acre wilderness formerly known as Sycamore Hills. "I thought it would be a wonderful way to spend the day," said Jeremy Glaser. "The kids have to see open space.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1991
Hikers will be allowed into a city preserve all day Saturday, offering them the uncommon opportunity to enjoy the wildlife and scenery of Laguna Canyon, one of Orange County's prime wilderness areas. The 325-acre area, officially named the Jim Dilley Greenbelt Preserve but also known as Sycamore Hills, contains trails that run past a large freshwater lake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1994 | LESLIE EARNEST
Opponents of a planned toll road that would run through Laguna Canyon are asking residents to bring picnic lunches today and gather near the construction site to see the effect of recent grading on the canyon. "There was something of a catastrophe out there and people who haven't had a chance to stop by and see what happened should come out and see it," said Michael Phillips, director of the Laguna Canyon Conservancy.
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April 16, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST and FRANK MESSINA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Organizers of a fund-raiser that charges hikers $20 for a trek into a picturesque section of Laguna Canyon have hoisted the sold-out sign, saying they were overwhelmed by the public's response. "I can't handle any more," said Mary Fegraus, director of the nonprofit Laguna Canyon Foundation, which is overseeing the three-hour tours into Little Sycamore Canyon, located at the edge of Laguna Beach.
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June 10, 2001 | JOHN McKINNEY
Laguna Coast Wilderness Park is Orange County in the 19th century, a lovely, diverse landscape of woodlands, grasslands and scenic ridgelines with handsome sandstone outcroppings. The 5,000-acre park, which this week is celebrating expanded public access to its trails, also contains the county's only natural lakes--habitats for fish as well as geese, grebes, coots, cormorants and kingfishers.
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