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The MAR would like to remind you to cave responsibly, practice good landowner relations, and to honor conservation ethics. Caves can be Dangerous! Always strive for safety. Safety requires training, wearing proper clothing, having 3 sources of light, good footwear, wearing an approved helmet with headlamp, bringing along food and drink as necessary, and always letting another person know of YOUR whereabouts.