Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc.

Conservancy Receives 2300 Acre Land Donation in North Georgia

The Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc. recently received a donation of more than 2,300 acres in Northwest Georgia from an anonymous donor, as well as additional acreage from the Georgia-Alabama Land Trust, Inc. Together, the donated property constitutes most of the failed development called the Preserve at Rising Fawn, located at Johnsons Crook in Dade County, Georgia.

Chattanooga Brewing Partners with SCCi to Save Caves

Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc. (SCCi), the largest land conservancy in the world solely focused on protecting wild caves, recently announced a new corporate partnership with Chattanooga Brewing.

Leading Conservation Organization Opens New Headquarters

The Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc. (SCCi), the largest land conservancy in the world solely focused on protecting wild caves, recently moved into its new office space at 2213 Fairmount Pike, Signal Mountain, TN.

SCCi Hosts Inaugural Bluegrass Concert Celebrating 25 Years of Cave Conservation

On September 24, 2016, from 5pm-9pm, Southeastern Cave Conservancy (SCCi) is hosting a unique fundraising event titled Bats, Beer, & Bluegrass, on Frick's Cave Preserve in Chickamauga, Ga., which SCCi owns and manages. This first year event is in celebration of SCCi's 25th year of conserving protecting and managing caves of the southeast, and is sure to delight not only cave enthusiasts, but nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

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