At the 1995 SCCi Annual Meeting in Huntsville, Alabama, Bill Varnedoe and Carl Craig announced that Cavers Incorporated, a non-profit organization located in Huntsville, would turn over its assets, including Glove Pit, to the Southeastern Cave Conservancy. Cavers Inc. was formed by a group of Alabama cavers in the mid 1980’s to accept the donation of Glove Pit from a landowner concerned about liability. The SCCi board accepted the donation and expressed its appreciation for the pioneering work done by Cavers Inc.
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NOTICE: To help prevent the spread of White Nose Syndrome (WNS) affecting bat populations, please read the SCCi Cave Visitation Policy and follow the guidelines to clean and disinfect your gear before and after visiting this cave.
Acreage: 0.4 acres in Madison County, Alabama
Property Manager: Jim Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Access: Open. Very limited parking area. Do not block the road or impede traffic.