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The Williams Canyon Project of the National Speleological Society (NSS) is chartered for the care, management, exploration, surveying, and scientific study of the caves of Williams Canyon in east-central Colorado, including the commercially operated Cave of the Winds. In a cooperative agreement with Cave of the Winds, the WCP takes an active role in the management of the canyon resources. Efforts by project members have resulted in the discovery of numerous new passages in the popular show cave (Cave of The Winds), increasing the surveyed length to nearly two miles. Best known of the discoveries to date remains Silent Splendor, discovered by excavation in 1984.
If you have an interest in becoming involved in the project the best way is through one of the local Colorado grottos. Most grottos have representation in the project and have members that lead trips in the canyon on a regular basis.