West Virginia Cave Conservancy
Caves contain a fragile beauty only found underground. In addition, their streams and passages provide irreplaceable environments for specially adapted, and often rare, species of animals, most of which could not survive elsewhere.
Protecting karst (limestone) landscapes is critical to our supply of clean drinking water. Rural areas of West Virginia and Virginia rely heavily on water from springs and wells in limestone.
Read more About Us, who we are and what we do.
Join Us in exploring, mapping, and preserving West Virginia and Virginia caves.
Contact Us with your observations, issues, and concerns about the preservation of caves and their inhabitants.