This is the year we’re reducing our use of critical natural resources such as trees and water by cutting back on the printed version of our twice-yearly newsletter and concentrating on its e-mailed version. But we must make sure that your e-address is current and that you’re willing to accept an e-letter. We know that not everyone wants an e-newsletter so we’re offering multiple options.
Step 1.Please mark how you wish Frontera to send you updates.
____ Yes, I want to continue to receivethe Frontera twice-yearly newsletter by USPS mail.
____ Yes, I want to receivethe Frontera twice-yearly newsletter by e-mail only.
____ Yes, I want to receive all correspondence, by Frontera, by e-mail when possible.
____ Please remove me from the email distribution list
Step 2.Please confirm or edit your contact information.
___ Yes, my contact information below is correct, and no changes are needed.
___ No, my contact information below is notcorrect, so please see the changes just below:
Step 3.Please return your information so we can update our records with one of the following methods.
Return to the Frontera office at 3800 N. Mesa St. Suite A2-258, El Paso Texas 79902
Frontera will host the following programs in 2017. Details to follow.
Guided Bee Hike at Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, March 2017
Guided Hike at Thunder Canyon, October 2017
Guided Hike at Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, October 2017
Stewardship Workdays at Keystone Wetland: Volunteers are needed the last Saturday of each month to help restore the Keystone wetlands. The stewardship is supported by The Frontera Land Alliance and High Desert Native Plants. For more details contact email@example.com
Save The Date
Special Places ~ Wide Open Spaces, February 9, 2017. Please RSVP if you plan to attend!