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Chrissy Richards, Extraordinary Woman Caver has been featured again. Nice work lady!

Chrissy Richards, Extraordinary Woman Caver has been featured again. Nice work lady!

Wendy Shirah works security at 2015 NSS Convention #speleology#ewls #womencavers   Photo credit: https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/31375322@N00/20278929281/in/set-72157656685629666/

Wendy Shirah works security at 2015 NSS Convention #speleology#ewls #womencavers Photo credit: https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/31375322@N00/20278929281/in/set-72157656685629666/

Sheena James is honored for her work in preserving the Modoc History

Sheena James is honored for her work in preserving the Modoc History

Verda Mae has worked at Craters for 28 years. She says, "It's a pretty cool place where a lot of people come to play. I get to stay and work!" #npwest #womenshistorymonth

Verda Mae has worked at Craters for 28 years. She says, "It's a pretty cool place where a lot of people come to play. I get to stay and work!" #npwest #womenshistorymonth

Please congratulate Hellie Brooke as a featured EWC in this year's annual magazine. In 2009 she was the only woman on the team that first explored Hang Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world. Besides this, she has contributed to thousands of feet of survey each year in India and China. Great work Hellie. We are so glad to have you!  The magazine comes out in April. Until then, you can rsvp for the annual event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/802283903165962/.   Photo Credit…

Please congratulate Hellie Brooke as a featured EWC in this year's annual magazine. In 2009 she was the only woman on the team that first explored Hang Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world. Besides this, she has contributed to thousands of feet of survey each year in India and China. Great work Hellie. We are so glad to have you! The magazine comes out in April. Until then, you can rsvp for the annual event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/802283903165962/. Photo Credit…

Congratulations to Cave Photographer Ginger Livingston Sanders   Ginger Livingston Sanders, women caver and photographer was noticed by Applebee’s. Her work is now displayed as wall murals in Bend and Redmond Oregon restaurants.   #ewls #womencavers #WLeaders www.ewls.org

Congratulations to Cave Photographer Ginger Livingston Sanders Ginger Livingston Sanders, women caver and photographer was noticed by Applebee’s. Her work is now displayed as wall murals in Bend and Redmond Oregon restaurants. #ewls #womencavers #WLeaders www.ewls.org

Kathryn (Kat) DiFoxfire Wilson volunteers often in the Northwest and Western caving regions and especially in the Cascade Grotto. Besides working in caving volunteerism and motherhood, Kat is a GGHF Curious by Nature School Board member and Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancer. Kat is a Grinnell College graduate with 20+ years of experience in environmental education. She also spent 11 years as a Missouri State Park interpreter where she led cave tours and other natural & cultural history…

Kathryn (Kat) DiFoxfire Wilson volunteers often in the Northwest and Western caving regions and especially in the Cascade Grotto. Besides working in caving volunteerism and motherhood, Kat is a GGHF Curious by Nature School Board member and Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancer. Kat is a Grinnell College graduate with 20+ years of experience in environmental education. She also spent 11 years as a Missouri State Park interpreter where she led cave tours and other natural & cultural history…

Missy Shields holds a masters in Business and Geology and she has made sure to contribute these abilities in caving. You can find her efforts easily on line as early as 2005 when she helped in a volunteer effort at the annual Horse Cave sinkhole cleanup where two dumpsters were filled in four hours. This highly active member of the Kentucky Speleological Survey was mentioned in the 2013 newsletter for her contributions as a Cave Creek Survey team member in 2012. Last year, she also was in…

Missy Shields holds a masters in Business and Geology and she has made sure to contribute these abilities in caving. You can find her efforts easily on line as early as 2005 when she helped in a volunteer effort at the annual Horse Cave sinkhole cleanup where two dumpsters were filled in four hours. This highly active member of the Kentucky Speleological Survey was mentioned in the 2013 newsletter for her contributions as a Cave Creek Survey team member in 2012. Last year, she also was in…

DeeAnn Marie Reeder   www.ewls.org

DeeAnn Marie Reeder www.ewls.org

Shelly Colatskie, cave ecologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation

Shelly Colatskie, cave ecologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation

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