The Front Range Grotto (FRG) is a local chapter of the National SpeleologicalSociety (NSS). The mission of the NSS is to study, explore, and conserve cave and karst resources; protect access to caves; encourage responsible management of caves and their unique environments; and promote responsible caving.
The FRG is a casual group that meets once a month to talk about caves and caving. We have very few formally organized activities, but our members are quite active and knowledgeable. If you are interested in learning more about caves and caving we encourage you to stop by one of our meetings.
PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR MEETING DATE AND LOCATION HAVE CHANGED. CHECK THE MEETING PAGE.
November FRG Meeting Notice
We voted to move the November FRG meeting to the fourth Wednesday of November, the 28th. This decision was made to better accommodate thanksgiving plans of members. Hope to see you all at the meeting.
USFS Region 2 Cave Closure
Note: USFS Region 2 includes Colorado
White Nose Syndrom (USFS Eastern Region)
Region 9, the eastern region, of the US Forest Service has issued a closure for all caves on USFS land in thier region for 1 year. More information can be found here.
White Nose Syndrom (NSS Policy)
The NSS has posted an official policy about White Nose Syndrome and it can be viewed here.