• May 24, 2022

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Frontera Wastewater Replacement Line complete

The final connection of the replacement of the Frontera wastewater line was made Wednesday afternoon by El Paso Water contractors. With the new pipeline connected, the commissioning process begins, which includes a start-up phase of a few weeks to check the new line and to ensure the John T. Hickerson Water Reclamation Facility is ready […]Read More

Frontera pipeline replacement is on track

Installation of the replacement line for the damaged Frontera Force Main pipelines remains on schedule for completion this month. Contractors are working 14-hour weekdays and 10-hour weekend days to finish installation. El Paso Water is now planning for the commissioning and testing of the new wastewater line. Once the pipeline is connected, the commissioning includes […]Read More

EPWater: Wastewater line break, spill at Frontera Lift Station in

On Friday morning, EPWater experienced another break in its Frontera Force Main at a point near the Frontera Lift station, located at Frontera Road and Doniphan Drive in West El Paso, resulting in a wastewater to spill into the intersection. “This is the same line that has seen other breaks in recent weeks,” utility officials […]Read More

City signs conservation easements with The Frontera Land Alliance on

The Frontera Land Alliance announced Tuesday that El Paso City Council approved conservation-easement agreements on two large properties adjoining the Franklin Mountains: the more than a thousand-acre “Lost Dog” on the Northwest side and the 353-acre “Knapp Land” in the Northeast. By supporting the preservation of these lands, El Pasoans allow Frontera to work with […]Read More

Frontera Land Alliance receives $5,000 Matching Donation

Officials with El Paso’s Frontera Land Alliance announced Monday that the organization has received a $5,000 matching donation in support of its work. Field and Cutler expressed their thanks for the donation and the donor’s commitment to open space preservation and education. “Until May 24th, every dollar donated to Frontera will be matched by a […]Read More

Frontera Land Alliance Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve now Texan by Nature

On Monday, officials with The Frontera Land Alliance (Frontera), announced that their Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve was recently certified as a Texan by Nature Project. “This acknowledges that the Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve provides meaningful conservation efforts involving and benefitting people, prosperity, and natural resources,” Frontera officials shared. The official Texan by Nature Project designation was made […]Read More

Op-Ed: Frontera Roots

From our offices in El Paso – a fifteen minute walk to the Mexican-American border and la Ciudad Juárez – we’ve been watching the #AmericanDirt brouhaha with bemused but intense interest. For one thing, the controversy certainly authenticates what we’ve been doing for the last thirty-five years—publishing relevant books from Latinx and other communities. These […]Read More

Frontera Land Alliance welcomes new members to Board of Directors

The Frontera Land Alliance (Frontera), the region’s only nationally-accredited 501(c)3 organization, announced the addition of Harrison Plourde and Tina Crosby to their Board of Directors. As Frontera works to conserve water and wildlife resources forever through the preservation of open land, their board of directors is key to that mission. To carry out Frontera’s mission, […]Read More

Video: Brave Books’ Frontera Rising Youth Writing Invitational recorded remembrances

Local book store Brave Books, along with the Young Women’s STEAM Research & Preparatory Academy, partnered in a unique, touching way to remember, honor and heal after the August 3rd shooting. The Frontera Rising Youth Writing Invitational, presented by Brave Books, featured local students who were encouraged to reflect on the tragedy of the El Paso Walmart mass […]Read More