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The Rockcastle Karst Conservancy
|Protecting Kentucky's Interior|
Welcome to RKCs web Page! The Rockcastle Karst Conservancy is a non-profit
organization dedicated to preserving the unique geological,
hydrological, biological, and recreational resources
associated with caves and karst. Our goal is to permanently
protect caves and karst lands in the Rockcastle
County, Kentucky and its surrounding areas through education, land acquisition
and resource management..
RKC is hosting a special fundraising dinner. called Dinner In The Mountain, at Great Saltpetre Cave on Saturday, September 24, 2016. Please click here for more information.
Karst areas are being increasingly threatened by development,
mining and poor agriculture practices. Ground
water is becoming polluted from surface runoff and
becoming a hazard to our communities, and all who live
in them. This is not just a problem for people who live on
karst, but also to anyone who depends on their natural
resources, such as fresh water and itís native wildlife.
Actions must be taken today to preserve these areas for
Announcing RKC's Newest ... Skylight Preserve
RKC has acquired the Pit Entrances to Pine Hill Cave. We have purchased the land including both Skylight Dome and Hurricane Pit entrances. Four donors have loaned the necessary additional funds to supplement funds taken from the Land Acquisition Fund to make this purchase. As such, we now have a loan to repay. Your help is needed to raise the money needed to satisfy these loans. You can help with either a single donation of any amount or a continuing sustaining donation of $10 or more each month via PayPal, using the "Loan Repay" button to the left.
See the Loan Repayment Page for more information.
| Our Mission: |
Supporting access to caves and protecting Kentuckyís karst environments in the Rockcastle County Region.
| Our Vision:
Be the leading non-profit organization in owning and protecting significant cave and karst resources.