一个在酋长整个岩石中充当调解员的组织是SAS（Squamish Access Society）正在帮助传达负责该地区的省级机构的卑诗省公园工作的人。SAS董事会成员Kieran Brownie致力于建立和维持娱乐用户，土著人民和利益相关者之间的关系和沟通渠道，以鼓励在Squamish中采取更好的管理和社会和气候正义的方法。Talking about climbers becoming a more active group, he mentions that the community must be careful not to drown out other voices, “A big crowd doesn’t have to talk very loud to make a big murmur, and then you can’t hear the person who’s been screaming for years”.
根据基兰的说法，已经有一个可以追溯到1997年的管理计划对首席公园具有宏伟的愿景。强调教育和文化意义的一种，并充当了生活在岩石下面的人们的一种颂歌。但是从那时起，它一直没有被触摸过。The SAS’s mission statement reads, “With the emergence of climbing as a mainstream pursuit, the societies direction is focused on ensuring safe access for all who wish to experience the magic of the cliffs and crags… and to ensure these opportunities to connect with the land are available to future generations.” But, what if addressing climate breakdown is as big a part of ensuring these opportunities still exist as access and equity? Perhaps this is the moment for both climate and social justice to be actioned in equal measure.
Talking about local stewardship, which must be a baked-in part of these solutions, Kelsey says, “Although I am a member of the SAS, I haven’t actually given my time to get involved with local efforts, and I think I could say this about many climbers in the community here. I think we would all benefit from coming together and putting more effort in.”