Frontera Land Alliance

Financial Statements

2016

Unrestricted

  • Operating Pond

Temporary Restricted Net Assets

  • Stewardship’s Defense Fund
  • Accreditation Fund
  • Mountain Land Fund
  • Resler Canyon Overlook Fund
  • Resler Canyon Overlook Maintenance Fund
  • Watershed Preservation Fund
  • Castner Range Management Fund
  • Castner Range Outreach

Permeant Restricted Net Assets:

  • Endowment Thunder Canyon
  • Endowment Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve

2015

Frontera Land Alliance Income Financial Chart 2015

Frontera Land Alliance Expenses Financial Chart 2015

2014

Frontera Land Alliance Financial Chart 2014

2013

We witnessed the organization only growing in 2013. In 2013, Frontera secured funding from Shield-Ayres Foundation and the James A “Buddy” Davidson Charitable Foundation. Frontera has a growing donor base of citizens in our region and we maintain strong partnerships with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Department of Defense, National Park Service, Texas Land Trust Council and the national Land Trust Alliance, as well as several local organizations. Thanks to your support we are a stable land trust and able to continue to work in the southwest for out land’s legacy.

2011/2012

2011 and 2012 have been Frontera’s best years yet and we continue to grow.  In 2011, Frontera secured $80,000 from the El Paso Community Foundation and The Meadows Foundation of Dallas to hire an Executive Director.  Frontera has a growing donor base of citizens in our region of focus, and we maintain strong partnerships with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Department of Defense, several local conservation organizations, the Texas Land Trust Council, and the national Land Trust Alliance.  In 2012, we netted over $23,600 at our Taste of Frontera fund raiser event for water and land conservation.  Thanks to your support we are a stable land trust and able to continue to work in the southwest for our land’s legacy.

 

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