|Founded in 1962, the Southwestern
Region of the NSS is
Region of the National Speleological
Society. The Southwestern Region is a non-profit organization
further the discovery, exploration, scientific study, and conservation
of caves, and to promote safe techniques of cave exploration. The
Southwestern Region spans New Mexico, west Texas, and eastern Arizona.
These boundaries overlap boundaries recognized by the Texas
Speleological Association and the Arizona Regional Association.
Summer Regional MeetingJune 1, 2019
Manzano Mountains near Tajique, NM.
Hosted by Sandia Grotto
Regular membership is ten dollars per year, and includes six issues of
Southwestern Cavers newsletter. Additional family members (living at
the same address) are an additional one dollar each, but do not receive
the newsletter. The individual members (regular or family) present at a
Regional meeting are the voting members of the Region; member grottos
have no voting franchise. Subscriptions are available without
membership for nine dollars per year.
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