RESOURCES & LINKS
Coconino County Emergency Management
· Register for emergency notifications and make a plan. SAR members actively participate in evacuations for flood/fire and other emergencies.
USDA Forest Service Coconino National Forest
· Many of our missions are conducted on National Forest land, with terrain ranging from desert canyons to alpine forests.
Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center
· During winter months, SAR members may be called upon to rescue out-of-bounds skiers and snowboarders on the San Francisco Peaks. The Kachina Peaks Avalanche center performs annual training in snow safety and coordinates with CCSSAR.
National Park Service – Grand Canyon
· When needed, CCSAR will assist the National Park Service during missions in and around Grand Canyon. Learning how to safely recreate in one of the most visited and most extreme landscapes in the world is essential to PSAR.
National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR)
· As a non-profit association dedicated to the advancement of professional, literary and scientific knowledge in the Search and Rescue field, NASAR provides certification standards and training for SAR units nationwide.
· SARAZ.ORG promotes search and rescue professionalism and education by facilitating the exchange of information among land SAR practitioners.
Mountain Rescue Association
· The MRA is an organization of teams, including CCSAR, dedicated to saving lives through rescue and mountain safety education. With over 90 government authorized units, the MRA has grown to become the critical mountain search and rescue resource in the United States.
NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute
· WMI is the leader in wilderness medicine education.
Arizona Game and Fish Education programs
· Providing hunting, boating, ATV and bow hunting safety education for all ages