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CLIMBING ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA INCCLIMBING ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA INC
The Climbing Association of Southern Arizona (CASA) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization that advocates for local climbers through stewardship, education and partnership with land managers Read more
The Climbing Association of Southern Arizona (CASA) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization that advocates for local climbers through stewardship, education and partnership with land managers
What We Do CASA is a home for climbers. It’s a place where you can learn new skills and have fun being a steward of the areas we use. Our work is the foundation for our advocacy for climbers, and it empowers us to address access issues when they arise.
Structure CASA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization modeled after the Access Fund. Members support our projects and events through participation and financial contributions. Projects Our goal is to provide you with resources, opportunities, and education so you can work on what’s important to you. We’re currently planning:
Adopt a Crag events
Regular Mt. Lemmon highway cleanup
Graffiti abatement/removal for Windy Point
Fixed hardware replacement team
Education opportunities for climbers at all stages
Partnerships with local land managers, user groups, and other organizations through collaborative relationships