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Outdoor Alliance Hosts Partnership Summit in Colorado
The first-ever Outdoor Alliance Partnership Summit kicked off on the evening of Dec. 6, at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, CO. The two-day meeting brings together field staff from each of the six OA groups—as well as representatives from state and federal land management agencies—to share stories of successful working relationships from around the United States.
Carolina Climbers Coalition Makes Final Payment on Rumbling Bald!
The Carolina Climbers Coalition (CCC) made their final payment last week on their Access Fund Land Conservation Campaign (AFLCC) loan, completing their purchase of the Rumbling Bald West Side Boulders in North Carolina. The
Conservation Team Completes Restoration Work in Bishop
With the help of several BLM staff and volunteer archeologists, Dave and Jeff addressed some issues at the Tablelands in Bishop, CA that were encroaching on archeological sites, as well as improved the approach to the Sad Boulders.
Washington Climbers Coalition Offers Joint Membership with Access Fund
The Washington Climbers' Coalition has joined forces with the Access Fund for the good of climbers and climbing access in Washington state.
Boulder Climbing Community Offers Joint Membership with Access Fund
The Access Fund has combined forces with the Boulder Climbing Community for the good of climbers and climbing access in the Boulder, Colorado area.
Conservation Team Restores Approach in Granite Dells
Conservation Team visits Prescott, Arizona to improve approach trail to High Rappel Dell in the Granite Dells. Watch the video!
Access Fund Members Get Discounts on Jeep and Other Chrysler Vehicles
Are you an Access Fund member in good standing? Then you’re eligible to receive “preferred pricing” on most Chrysler vehicles, including Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Fiat and Chrysler.
Southeast Arizona Land Exchange Bill Passes House, On its Way to Senate
On October 26, 2011, the United States House of Representatives voted to pass the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act of 2011 which would exchange approximately 2,400 acres of public land--including Oak Flat--for 5,300 acres held by a multi-national mining company for the creation of a massive copper mine.
Conservation Team Reports Back from the Red
Southern hospitality is alive and well in the Red! The feedback we received from the locals was great—everyone was very appreciative of our visit and our work. Click through to see a stone step project at the Solar Collector/Gold Coast approach.
Fighting Climbing Ban at Massacre Rock and Castle Rocks
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Idaho is proposing a climbing ban on its property at Massacre Rocks and making its ban at Castle Rocks permanent due to fears that climbing could potentially have negative impacts on cultural resources at each location.