Indiana Karst Conservancy
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PO Box 2401 Indianapolis IN 46206 USA
Founded in 1986, the Indiana Karst Conservancy focuses on conserving and protecting caves and karst (geological terrain characterized by soluble limestone with subterranean drainage, sinkholes, sinking streams, springs, and caves). Our protection activities are accomplished though direct ownership, cooperative agreement with private landowners, partnerships with private organizations and government (local, state, and federal) agencies, and initiatives to educate the general public. We place emphasis on protecting the unique (and often endangered) subterranean fauna which are found within the region.
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