Ken Bailey led a KKC cleanup of a pit in Hardin County. Working with Kathy Sweet to set up this cleanup, he arranged for the group to meet there with vertical gear and a will to clean. While Adam, Harrison, and Tim cleaned up an adjacent sink hole, Stephanie and Lore got on rope to pull trash out of a pit before it had a chance to fall deeper in. Ed, Alex and Ken helped pull the trash up and to the trailer that Kathy provided. Sariena took photos and videos throughout and help act as a much needed foreman. After the cleanup we were fortunate enough to take some time to drop the newly opened pit as well. It was an beautiful day with excellent people and a mission well accomplished.
We hope you all enjoy seeing some of what we did. We are looking forwards to our next project!
The Kentucky Karst Conservancy is a group dedicated to protecting our natural resources for preservation, scientific, education, aesthetic, and recreational purposes.