Education Night - Tuesday, Jan 16 @ 6pm
Tucson Hop Shop, Beer Garden
Check the Education Events page for more details
We have an opening for an Education Nights Coordinator and that could be you!
CASA's Dec 10 Adopt a Crag!!!
THANK YOU FOR VOLUNTEERING
Windy Point and Mountain Cleanup
We are looking for volunteers for future projects
Head on over to our Volunteer page and fill out the form. Check the box for "Stewardship Events" AND anything else of interest!
Check back here for information on upcoming CASA Stewardship events!
Preliminary Climbing Management Plans Released by US Forest Service & National Park Service
On November 17, 2023, Access Fund posted an announcement that preliminary versions of a Climbing Management Plans by both the US Forest Service and the National Park Service have been made available. They both opened their comment period until January 15, 2024.
Access Fund has provided an FAQ on their website, summarizing these two plans and describing what is happening in Congress with respect to these plans. There will be effects on climber safety and access in National Forest, Wilderness Areas, and National Parks, if these plans are approved.
CASA is joining Access Fund, and other LCOs across the country, in requesting an extension to the comment period, pushing that deadline to February 15, 2024.
More information will be coming soon.
US Forest Service
Trail & Climbing Information
The Coronado National Forest (CNF) has released the final Santa Catalina Trail Plan!
For climbing-specific plans, check out the Crags Against Humanity Project!
The Coronado National Forest Website now has a climbing webpage!