Join the Bay Area Climbers Coalition to take on some stewardship work at Indian and Mortar Rocks in the Berkeley Hills at our first Adopt-A-Crag of 2019! Please register via Eventbrite if you plan to attend! Volunteer Roles We will be working on the following projects at Indian and Mortar Rock: 1. Debris, glass and … More Upcoming: East Bay Adopt-A-Crag, March 16, 2019
Join the Bay Area Climbers Coalition team! We are now accepting applications for several volunteer opportunities within the BACC core team! We are seeking active, motivated, and committed folks in the community to join BACC as directors and managers and carry forward the torch of climbing stewardship in the Bay Area. We encourage you to … More BACC is Recruiting for 2019!
In early November, nine Bay Area Climbers Coalition board members visited Joshua Tree National Park as part of BACC’s first ever Destination Stewardship event! The idea grew out of discussion around other areas Bay Area climbers often travel to and have a major environmental impact (Yosemite, Donner, Bishop, etc.), combined with a desire to give … More Recap: Destination Stewardship, Joshua Tree
Ta-da!! Bay Area Climbers Coalition is proud to debut a stunning piece of stewardship art. We worked with local artist Stevie Lewis to create this poster illustrating six key ways climbers can reduce their environmental impact at the crag: -What’s the weather? Many Bay Area crags are sandstone, which is very fragile after rain. Allow … More “Reduce Your Impact” Art