CONTACT

CONTACT

PHONE
580-399-2204
580-320-0049

EMAIL
arbuckle_karst@yahoo.com

MAILING ADDRESS
Arbuckle Karst Conservancy & Research Institute
c/o Arbuckle Mountains Grotto
P.O. BOX 2352
ADA, OK 7482


RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
If you are interested in the karst sciences and looking for a site to do research, the Arbuckle Karst Conservancy will work with students and professionals whose research is consistent with our mission. Please submit research proposals to arbuckle_karst@yahoo.com or mail to Arbuckle Karst Conservancy P.O. Box 2352 Ada, OK 74821.

FIELD TRIPS
The Arbuckle Mountains Grotto hosts multiple field trips each year to various parks and management areas across the Arbuckle Geologic Province. If you are interested in attending one of these field trips, please contact the Arbuckle Mountains Grotto at the information provided above. If you're on Facebook, you may LIKE the "Arbuckle Mountains Grotto" Facebook Page for regular updates throughout the year.
NOTE: Most field trips occur on weekends from September to December. Occasionally we will host a trip during the earlier months of the year.





VIDEO
The Arbuckle Karst Conservancy has produced several videos showing the flow of springs from the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer. Our videos have been used by countless entities from State, local, and tribal governments, schools, universities, attorneys, and more. The videos are important because they show an animated karst system with many of its interacting components.


PILOT SPRINGS (2:30)


BYRDS MILL SPRING (1:23)


(Notice: The Arbuckle Karst Conservancy takes a neutral approach when it comes
to land use, but when the effects of a land user negatively affects both the
neighboring users and the sustainability of the karst system, we take the position
of scientific sustainability; Groundwater Mining is irresponsible, destructive, and has
been banned in several states. The AKC supports sustainable mining practices.
The following video is intended to help people understand what groundwater
mining is and how it effects the aquifer system.)

GROUNDWATER MINING: AN IRRATIONAL PRACTICE (1:46)


IN THROUGH THE OUTCROP: Interviews With Kevin Blackwood & Dennis Thompson Of The Arbuckle Karst Conservancy (13 minutes).


OKLAHOMA UNDERWORLD: Interviews with Brad Woods, Stacy Gantt, and Kevin Blackwood (27minutes).
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