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Conservation Team Heads West
The Access Fund-Jeep Conservation Team is busy as always, leading and helping out with stewardship events across the country. This month, they are making appearances at Castle Rock in Washington and the Craggin' Classic in Utah.
Pledge Your Next Birthday to Climbing Access
Pledge your next birthday to climbing access and be entered for a chance to win a $500 gear grant to CAMP USA!
Rate Your Favorite Climbing Preservation Grants
It is time to rate your favorite Access Fund Climbing Preservation Grant projects! The deadline for votes is August 20th.
Summit Rock Call for Volunteers
Attention Bay Area climbers: The future of climbing access at Summit Rock depends on you! The Santa Clara County Department of Parks and Recreation needs volunteers to help monitor peregrine falcons and educate the visiting public on falcon behavior at Summit Rock.
What Will the New NPS Wilderness Climbing Policy Really Mean for Climbing & Bolting?
The National Park Service clarified its position on fixed anchors in Wilderness with Director's Order #41, but the policies differ from park to park. Make sure you know the prior authorization rules in your local National Park before placing permanent protection.
Access Fund to Convene Education Summit
Climbing access continues to be threatened by a wide variety of environmental impacts resultant from poor climbing ethics. The Access Fund has announced the Educate for Access: Strategies for Protecting Climbing Areas summit that will be held in the Gunks in early November to tackle these issues.
Climbing Access at Beddows Dome in Southern Colorado
The Access Fund and SoCO CRAG are pursuing climbing access to the traditional granite climbing at Beddows Dome near Cañon City, Colorado.
New Climbing Area Purchased in Arkansas
Nomad Investments recently purchased Jamestown Crag outside of Batesville, Arkansas, securing future access to this climbing area.
Save Sandstone Bouldering!
Climbing access to the Sandstone boulders in Minnesota needs your help! The area was recently purchased by the Parks & Trail Council of Minnesota (PTCM) who needs help raising money for acquisition costs and trailhead improvements.
The Conservation Team in Rumney, NH
Eddie and Claire have been busy in New Hampshire as the Access Fund-Jeep Conservation Team worked with the Rumney Climbers Association (RCA) and the US Forest Service to cut new trails and mitigate the impact of heavily used areas.