Fund Aids Grassroots Projects, Outdoor Recreation

Private Funder: Access Fund; Opportunity: 2017 Climbing Conservation Grant Program; Funding Focus: Local climbing access and conservation; Geographic Focus: National; Eligibility: Grassroots organizations, local climbing groups, organizations; governmental agencies that wish to sponsor or organize a local project; conservation organizations and land trusts; Funding: Most grants are in the range of $1,000 to $4,000; Deadline: Aug. 1.

Summary: The fund supports projects that preserve or enhance climbing access and opportunities and conserve the climbing environment. Projects must produce measurable results. The efforts should be quantifiable, with specific goals, objectives and action plans, and should include measures for evaluating success. The Access Fund considers requests for over $10,000, but these projects should have national significance and utilize a high degree of matching funds. If you are requesting more than $10,000 please call the Access Fund before submitting your application. Any proposal for facilities, trail work or installation of signage on public lands requires land owner/manager permission and support.

Info:; or the Access Fund, PO Box 17010, Boulder, CO 80308, 303/545-6772; (email).

About Frank Klimko

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