INSPIRING

and supporting youth while conserving land

Group photo by Sarah Buckner

Looking back, with gratitude

Reflecting on this past year, we feel grateful. Although the pandemic still threatens us all, we have pushed through to…

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Wauhatchie Boulderfest 2021

Thank you to everyone that came out for Wauhatchie Boulderfest!   The Access Fund and Southeastern Climbers Coalition partnered with…

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The Boulders on Old Wauhatchie Pike

A 40-page guide which provides bouldering routes for 28 Boulders on Old Wauhatchie Pike.

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Land Protection

There are many benefits for conserving your land, examples of why...

Intern & Leadership Program

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MLK Day of Caring

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Hayle Mack
Voices from the Mountain

I never imagined my dream could become reality

"Because of a mom who showed me how real the struggle can be, and with teachers who didn’t give up on me, I was able to push through the challenges of the program on Lookout Mountain. Initially, I didn’t see how or why the program would teach me to trust others and myself. Now, as a result of the program, I can clearly see my way forward to making my dream of being an Anesthesiologist come true.″

– Hayle

Class of 2019

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