Bureau of Land Managment
The Friends of Indian Creek have been working closely with the BLM at Monticello. The BLM are very supportive of the Friends of Indian Creek, and want to ensure the success of the management plan as much as the climbers. The BLM wants to keep Indian Creek the way it is. By working together, we can achieve just that.
Click the following links to read the the documents regarding the management plan.
- Access Fund Comments to Indian Creek Corridor Recreation Plan: Word Doc | PDF
- Access Fund Scoping Comment for Indian Creek Corridor Recreation Plan: Word Doc | PDF
Click the following link to learn about other BLM projects:BLM Project Page.
BLM contact info:
Phone: (435) 587-1500
Fax: (435) 587-1518
435 N. Main St.
P.O. Box 7
Monticello, UT 84535
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working to protect the most ecologically important lands and waters around the world for nature and people.
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The Nature Conservancy allows access on some of its private property at Dugout Ranch for recreational purposes, including rock climbing. Under Utah law, any person using unrestricted private property for rock climbing does so at their own risk.
The Nature Conservancy is not affiliated with any rock climbing business.
The Nature Conservancy is managing the Dugout Ranch/Canyonlands Project Area to preserve and enhance the property’s ecological and open space features. The property is used for ecological research, biological management, and natural and cultural history interpretation. It is being maintained as an economically viable and ecologically sustainable cattle ranching operation.
Dugout Ranch is a working ranch, including the private residence of ranch lessee, Heidi Redd
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Since 1991, the Access Fund has been the only national advocacy organization that keeps climbing areas open and conserves the climbing environment. The Access Fund supports and represents over 1.6 million climbers nationwide in ALL forms of climbing; Rock Climbing, Ice Climbing, Mountaineering, and Bouldering. Five core programs support the mission on national and local levels: public policy, stewardship & conservation (including grants), grassroots activism, climber education, and land acquisition.
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American Alpine Club
The American Alpine Club is dedicated to promoting climbing knowledge, conserving mountain environments, and serving the American climbing community.
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Rocky Mountain Field Institute
Rocky Mountain Field Institute (RMFI) is an independent, entrepreneurial, nonprofit organization. We foster the efficient and restorative use of resources to make the world secure, just, prosperous, and life-sustaining.
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