Each year volunteers contribute tens of thousands of hours of service to Land Between The Lakes. Volunteer activities range from trial maintenance and cleanup, to support of special events, monitoring the Elk & Bison Prairie, or assisting with administrative work. Volunteering is a great way to have a meaningful and rewarding experience in the great outdoors at Land Between The Lakes.

As you see an event which interests you or that you would like more information about, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (270) 924-2007. You may drop her an email by sending your contact information and the interest area you have for volunteering to volunteer@friendsoflbl.org.

Become involved today. Land Between the Lakes is your public land and it gives so much pleasure by viewing and experiencing this special place. Involve yourself in giving back to the land. It will give you great satisfaction and it will of great assistance to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

See you soon.
 

Oct
10
Sat
Shoreline Cleanup – Location TBD
Oct 10 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

We will be cleaning up our shoreline and back country areas. These locations collect a lot of trash from the rising lake levels and need to be picked up annually. If you are looking for a fulfilling day of saving the Earth one piece of trash at a time this is the event for you. Volunteers should dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. Trash bags, gloves, water to refill with and bug spray will be provided. Please keep in mind that locations are subject to change depending on the areas need.

*Important Note*
We are currently only allowing 9 volunteers for cleanups to help keep proper social distancing and safety protocols. You must sign up through Volunteer Coordinator, Anita Spaulding, to participate.

If you are interested in learning more or signing up for this volunteer event, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (270) 924-2007 or send an email with your contact information and your interest in this event to volunteer@friendsoflbl.org.

Thank you to our sponsor, TVA Reservoir & Community Cleanups, for helping make these cleanups possible!

Nov
14
Sat
Shoreline Cleanup – Location TBD
Nov 14 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

We will be cleaning up our shoreline and back country areas. These locations collect a lot of trash from the rising lake levels and need to be picked up annually. If you are looking for a fulfilling day of saving the Earth one piece of trash at a time this is the event for you. Volunteers should dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. Trash bags, gloves, water to refill with and bug spray will be provided. Please keep in mind that locations are subject to change depending on the areas need.

*Important Note*
We are currently only allowing 9 volunteers for cleanups to help keep proper social distancing and safety protocols. You must sign up through Volunteer Coordinator, Anita Spaulding, to participate.

If you are interested in learning more or signing up for this volunteer event, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (270) 924-2007 or send an email with your contact information and your interest in this event to volunteer@friendsoflbl.org.

Thank you to our sponsor, TVA Reservoir & Community Cleanups, for helping make these cleanups possible!

Dec
12
Sat
Shoreline Cleanup – Location TBD
Dec 12 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

We will be cleaning up our shoreline and back country areas. These locations collect a lot of trash from the rising lake levels and need to be picked up annually. If you are looking for a fulfilling day of saving the Earth one piece of trash at a time this is the event for you. Volunteers should dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. Trash bags, gloves, water to refill with and bug spray will be provided. Please keep in mind that locations are subject to change depending on the areas need.

*Important Note*
We are currently only allowing 9 volunteers for cleanups to help keep proper social distancing and safety protocols. You must sign up through Volunteer Coordinator, Anita Spaulding, to participate.

If you are interested in learning more or signing up for this volunteer event, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (270) 924-2007 or send an email with your contact information and your interest in this event to volunteer@friendsoflbl.org.

Thank you to our sponsor, TVA Reservoir & Community Cleanups, for helping make these cleanups possible!

Virtual Resources

 

The Interpretive staff at the Woodlands Nature Station, the Golden Pond Planetarium and Observatory, as well as the Homeplace Working Farm and Agricultural Museum are studying and working to develop content which can be helpful to each of you. Visit this page for links to enriching and instructional materials you can use during this difficult time.

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