The Frontera Land Alliance wants to give a special thanks to our sponsors and share how their donations assist in promoting the conservation of water, wildlife and land in our region. Listed in alphabetical order are:
Bain Construction sees to it that the mailing of Frontera’s twice-yearly newsletter to over 1,000 households is even possible. With the newsletter we educate people on conservation of water, wildlife and land. The newsletters are a great item to hand out at events and provide to foundations and major donors.
CMD Endeavors, Inc.’s sponsorship helps Frontera discuss the idea of pooling corporate, agency and individual resources for a large regional land conservation project. Such collaboration will touch many aspects of our community from public health, quality of life, active recreation, wildlife corridors and views, to the conservation of land that mitigates flooding.
CSM Realty Holdings, Inc. is a new partnership that’s helping move Frontera through the accreditation process, to be completed by the end of September of this year.
High Desert Native Plants LLC’s assistance allows us to send out monthly E-Updates so that all of you are kept up to date on our projects and our programs.
Through its Southwest Community Development division, Hunt Companies was the sponsor of Frontera’s 2016 Annual Event. In addition, Hunt’s assistance will ensure that our expiring strategic plan is brought up to date which will help move forward our work and our mission.
Jobe Materials’ sponsorship has allowed Frontera to promote its conservation programs. Jobe’s support has assisted directly with habitat restoration, stewardship and water conservation programs, all critical programs to Frontera and the region.
Though an individual and not a corporation, Richard Teschner has sponsored us in more than just one way. His donations and activities support Frontera’s general operations as well as its programs in education and outreach.
Winton Flair’s sponsorship assists with costs associated with the cultivation of donors and supporters. Winton Flair’s end goal is to grow Frontera’s programs and projects for the preservation of farms, ranches, water and open spaces in the region.
What is next?
1. We plan to get started on a nature trail and overlook at Resler Canyon that was grant- funded by the TPWD. Volunteers will be needed so stay tuned!
2. Continue negotiating and establishing conservation easements on EPWU arroyos.
3. We will have completed the Preservation and Conservation Report for the PSB by the end of July. Look for the opportunity for public feedback.
4. Start planning for Frontera’s five-year Strategic Plan, as our current one is expiring.
We Need Your Help to Achieve Castner Range National Monument Status
We need people to help input data, walk blocks, staff our booth at events, speak to local organizations, attend Poppies Fest, and gather signatures of support letters at events. If you can help, please contact Frontera’s Janae’ Reneaud Field at Janae@fronteralandalliance.org, 915-351-8352.