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Frontera February 2019 Update

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The Frontera February 2019 Update

Frontera’s first-ever Spanish-led hike was held at Resler Canyon earlier this month. We had a nice turn out. If you want a Spanish-language hike in your area let us know. We will be hosting more such events around the region! And here are some of the other activities that Frontera has recently sponsored: A Date with Nature, a walk that was held on Valentine’s Day at The Rio Bosque Wetlands Park, was bursting with wildlife and everyone enjoyed the talk and walk by John Sproul (thank you, John!).  Frontera was part of the Fort Bliss Army Volunteer Corps/Relocation Program where we hosted the first Qué Pasa Information-Volunteer Fair. Frontera also made a presentation at Royal Estates. At both events, the participants enjoyed seeing nature through photographs, and learned about the wildlife that is just outside their windows. In addition, the El Paso Environmental Leaders Group is meeting and collaborating on projects and grant proposals from stewardship to education. By working together, we achieve a lot more! 

Upcoming Recreation and Education Activities:

  • March 23, 2019 Poppies Fest. Once again it will be held at the El Paso Archeology Museum. Come on out and meet our new staff!
  • April 13, 2019, a Saturday, from 8 to 10 a.m.: A clean-up of trash at Resler Canyon. RSVP or for questions contact
  • Castner Range Thank-You Event! It will be held Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 6 to 10 p.m. Please RSVP to: by April 26 (limited seating)
  • Photography hike at Rio Bosque Wetlands Park.  Details to come, but if you have any questions or want to RSVP, please contact

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