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Climbing at Utah’s San Rafael Swell Potentially Threatened by Energy Extraction
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5/15/2012
Last week the Access Fund and Outdoor Alliance (OA) defended recreation lands in the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) new, far-reaching oil shale and tar sands development plan on 2,431,000 acres of public land in Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming.

Managing Bouldering Impacts at Stone Fort
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5/16/2012
As one of the three locations known for hosting the Triple Crown Bouldering Series, Stone Fort boasts some of the best boulders in the southeast. And its growing popularity has led to an increase in user impacts. But

NRAC and Access Fund Secure Access to the Bubba City in the New River Gorge
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4/27/2012
The New River Alliance of Climbers (NRAC) and the Access Fund are pleased to announce an access easement has secured the public parking area and approach trails to the extensive cliff line of Bubba City in the New River Gorge.

Access Fund Hires Arizona Policy Analyst to Advocate for Climbers on Oak Flat Land Exchange
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4/25/2012
The Access Fund is pleased to announce that Curt Shannon has recently joined the organization as Arizona Policy Analyst. Curt will represent climbers and the Access Fund in their current opposition to HR 1904, the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act—more commonly known as the Oak Flat Land Exchange Bill.

Access Fund Awards Round One of Climbing Preservation Grants
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4/13/2012
Once again, Access Fund members were given the opportunity to rate grant projects, helping the Access Fund decide which projects they were most interested in funding. In this round of grants, the Access Fund awarded over $26,000 to support local climbing activism and conservation of the climbing environment. Presented two times annually, the Climbing Preservation Grant program provides financial assistance to the grassroots network and land managers across the United States. During this first round of grants, the Access Fund is supporting nine worthy projects.

Conservation Team Tours Tennessee
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4/13/2012
The Conservation Team just wrapped up a tour of Tennessee, working alongside the Southeastern Climbers Coalition (SCC) at T-Wall and Leda, outside of Chattanooga.

Access Fund Announces 2011 Adopt a Crag and TeamWorks Awards
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2/24/2012
Each year, the Access Fund and its sponsors honor those organizers who went above and beyond. We are excited to present the 2011 Adopt a Crag awards to a deserving group of volunteers.

Cuba Closes All Access to its Mountains, Climbing Access Lost
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Our peers at Access Pan Am, the western hemisphere climbers’ access organization, report trouble in the Cuban climbing paradise. An unexplained edict of the Cuban government has closed its western mountains, not only to climbers, but all visitors.


Access Fund Announces 2011 Sharp End Awards
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Each year the Access Fund recognizes individuals and businesses that go above and beyond to volunteer their time and efforts to protecting America’s climbing. These recipients stand out in their commitment to the American climbing community, and the Access Fund is honored to present this year's awards to a worthy group of volunteers and activists.

Your Help Needed to Address Impact Issues at Bishop
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2/14/2012
The Bishop area is seeing more and more climbers every year as its popularity continues to grow. Increased use is causing concern for sensitive cultural and natural resources, especially in the Tableland area north of Bishop. The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Bishop Field Office is calling on the climbing community to help protect these resources and to ensure continued climbing access. We need your help to answer the call.

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