2022 KSS Annual Meeting Guest Speakers
Saturday September 24, 2022
McConnell Springs Park
416 Rebmann Ln
Lexington Kentucky 40504
9am Sarah Arpin State of the KSS
9:30 Jon Hagee McConnell Springs - Frontier Kentucky Karst Landmark
10:15 Ben Tobin TBD
10:45 Bob Roth Wells Preserve - The NSS 10th Preserve
11:30 Phil O’Dell Bear Wallow/Gorin Mill Basin, Hicks Cave Project, 1975 to Present
1pm Sean Lewis Fisher Ridge
1:45 Adam Hjermenrud Big Bat survey
2:30 Cody Kisner Biggest Leads in Jackson County!
3:15 Sean Vanderhof TBD
3:45 Jeff Hamilton Human Environment Interaction Impact Studies of the Tri-County region
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The goals of the Kentucky Speleological Survey, Inc. are:
- to gather, archive, curate, and distribute cave and karst data of the Commonwealth of Kentucky,
- to further the study of cave and karst resources for conservation, research, and scientific exploration, and
- to provide a permanent, non-profit, non-sectarian, cooperative organization that works to establish and nurture a professional atmosphere among individuals and organizations that support the foregoing purposes.
The Kentucky Speleological Survey (KSS) is an organization of cavers dedicated to the study of cave and karst resources throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
To further these goals, the KSS gathers and archives existing information on caves and karst resources. As an organization, we look to share data and collaborate with individuals and organizations to further gather information on the conservation, research, and exploration, including the discovery, survey, and mapping of caves, throughout the state.
We only share data that promotes the organizational goals of conservation, research, and exploration of caves throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
To be the primary source of cave information about and for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Please click on the three lines in the top left corner for the expanded menu.
We have a Cave Reporter App that you can use on your Apple or Android phone and can submit and document caves in the state of Kentucky.
NEW - Bill Walden Memorial Grants
Check out the information and link to apply on the side menu to the left. Both academic and survey grants available.