She's a terrific representative for what caving is all about, which is why she's been featured in films and documentaries talking about her profession as a cave microbiologist. She talks about her early days in caving, WNS, discovering Cloud Ladder Hall in China, and lots more. If you'd like more information on how to donate to this month's featured karst conservancy, visit http://caves.org/conservancy/mkc/
Johanna has been all over. She's led cave tours on National Forest land in Alaska, worked for the National Parks Service at Carlsbad Caverns, and served on expeditions in Mexico, Kentucky, and in Lechuguilla.
Support the podcast by supporting cave conservation. This month's featured karst conservancy is the Kentucky Karst Conservancy: https://kentuckykarstconservancy.org/
Longtime Indiana caver Rusty Riley has led an interesting caving life. He was on the team that explored Two Bit Pit, and has taken several trips to Mexico, including one that was very tough on him emotionally.
For more info on donating to the Mid Atlantic Karst Conservancy toward the purchase of Sarah Furnace Cave, visit http://www.karst.org/index.php?section=134
Christian has been instrumental in the exploration of glacier caves on Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier. He was also part of the team that helped re-define the northern limit of bat hibernacula from the exploration of caves in the Northwest Territory. We talk about all of it in this episode sponsored by SwaygoGear.com
This month, Matt talks with a long-time Indiana caver who has checked off a lot of boxes when it comes to caving experiences. We talk about surviving a dangerous situation, making an historic connection, and cavers vs. state government in an episode sponsored by SwaygoGear.com