This Week on CaveChat: April 14th – 20th, 2012 Edition

April 20, 2012 / By David Grimes is the official forum of the National Speleological Society. Since its creation in 2005 CaveChat has quickly become the go to place for everything related to caving. With more than 5,500 members and nearly 110,000 posts you will surely find an answer to any questions you may have on CaveChat.

Each week I will post a list of five active current topics on CaveChat.

Here are the top threads on CaveChat this week.

  1. Good WNS News from New York
    Bat surveys in New York show recovering bat populations.
  2. Petition the White House to allow public cave access
    Caver John Dunham has started a petition to have public caves currently closed due to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service White-nose Syndrome management plan reopened for public access.
  3. Split Frog System
  4. Farmer’s Hitch Knot
  5. Rack Alternative for Long Drops
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About David Grimes
I am the administrator of (the official forum of the National Speleological Society) and, a social network for cavers. I have been hooked on caving for close to 10 years now. I was formerly a member of the Harrison Crawford grotto and I founded a caving group at Indiana University Southeast, sadly it was during the early stages of White-nose Syndrome and the group disbanded after I left the school. Connect with David Grimes on Facebook.

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  1. April 22, 2012 at 12:36 pm

    I will be at SERA 2012 representing my company Pangaea Vertical Caving Systems, Inc. I hope to see you there!


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