Wayne Cave and Property Management Plan

Monroe County, Indiana

(As Approved September 13, 2003)

INTRODUCTION: The Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc. has purchased the 20-acre Wayne Cave property. The Conservancy will manage Wayne Cave so that it will be available for recreation and scientific study by responsible cavers while at the same time protecting the cave for future generations of cavers. The surface property will be managed to enhance the overall natural setting while protecting the sub-surface resources.

Sullivan Cave and Property Management Plan

Lawrence County, Indiana

(Revision Approved March 18, 2006)

INTRODUCTION: The Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc. purchased the 28-acre Sullivan Cave property. The Conservancy will manage Sullivan Cave so that it will be available for recreation and scientific study by responsible cavers, while at the same time protecting the cave for future generations of cavers. The surface property will be managed to enhance the overall natural setting while protecting the sub-surface resources.

Sullivan Cave Donation List

$5,000 or more
Dick Blenz
Central Indiana Grotto
IPALCO Golden Eagle Grant
National Speleological Society
		
$1,000 to $4,999
Bruce Bowman
Danielle Burden
Bob Decker
Keith Dunlap
Bambi Erwin
Jeff Farr
Dave Haun
Kriste Lindberg
Steve Lockwood
Tom Rea
Larry Reece

Shawnee Karst Preserve Donation List

$10,000 or more
The Nature Conservancy
               
$5,000 to $9,999
Richard Blenz
Keith Dunlap
National Speleological Society
               
$2,500 to $4,999
George Brutchen

Shawnee Karst Preserve Management Plan

Lawrence County, Indiana

(As approved 17 March, 2012)

INTRODUCTION: The Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc. has purchased the 50-acre Shawnee Karst Preserve. The Conservancy will manage the cave on the Shawnee Karst Preserve for recreational access and scientific study by responsible and experienced cavers while at the same time protecting its resources for future generations. The surface property will be managed to maintain/enhance the karst values, sub-surface water quality, and the overall natural setting.

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