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How land trusts conserve natural areas

If you haven’t seen it already, The El Paso Inc has just published an article in the Opinion Section of the publication this week written by our very own Executive Director Janaé Reneaud Field. It’s titled “How land trusts conserve natural areas” and is a great article explaining some of the processes involved in land […]

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What to do with Castner Range

by Chris Roberts \ El Paso Times Posted: 11/12/2011 12:00:00 AM MST Looking at the expanse of the Franklin Mountains from the Walmart parking lot in Northeast El Paso, all but the distant high peaks are within the boundaries of Castner Range. Not so long ago, the Walmart parking lot itself was part of the former […]

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El Paso Times

Pristine wilderness: Resler Canyon shelters nature By Cindy Ramirez \ EL PASO TIMES Amid the hustle and bustle of the Coronado neighborhood in West El Paso sits a canyon of serenity. At 110 feet deep and 900 feet wide, the 91-acre canyon is carved with arroyos, colored with desert foliage and inhabited by wildlife that […]

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Saving Land Magazine

The Frontera Land Alliance was featured in the cover article of the Fall 2010 issue of the Land Trust Alliance’s national magazine Saving Land. The article, titled The Political Power of Land Trusts, highlights the various ways land trusts across the country are working with their local, state, and federal elected leaders to ensure that […]

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El Paso Inc.

To clean and preserve: What’s next for Castner Range By Robert Gray in El Paso, Inc. For decades, environmental groups have worked to preserve Castner Range, 7,000 acres of undeveloped desert and foothills owned by the U.S. Army on the eastern slope of the Franklin Mountains. So the groups were pleased when $300,000 to help […]

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