We have developed a Volunteer Newsletter for individuals interested in keeping up to date with what volunteer opportunities exist at Land Between The Lakes.  If you are interested in receiving these electronic newsletters, please provide us with your information.  Click here to sign up!

Adopt-A-Trail

Looking for hikers, bikers and horseback riders to adopt their favorite section of trail! Volunteers are asked to keep their trail section clean by removing garbage, small debris and report any large debris along their adopted section of trail. Volunteers are asked to check their trail a minimum of twice a year.

Alternative Spring Break Groups

If you’re a college group looking for a new and exciting way to spend your spring or fall break look no further. Land Between The Lakes offers a variety of projects for your group, educational opportunities along with accommodations and there is no fee to help.  Information for Potential ASB Groups

Eagle Scout Projects

If you are an eager eagle scout looking to host your project here at Land Between The Lakes please call 270-924-2007 or email volunteer@friendsoflbl.org .

Elk & Bison Prairie Bugle Corps

Join our team of volunteers as they help visitors gain an understanding of why the prairie is important as an ecosystem and how the animals all play a part. As a Bugle Corps volunteer you also get to join in our meetings, hosted every other month.

Photography Volunteer Programs

Sign up to help us capture the great moments here at Land Between The Lakes including special events, volunteer activities, nature, planetarium, feeding the animals, gardening on the farm and so much more.  Look at our Volunteer Photographer Program Flyer for more information.

The Homeplace

Take a step back in time and volunteer at The Homeplace. Our accessible farm site features historic livestock breeds, 16 relocated log structures, crop fields, and gardens. As a volunteer you would dress in period clothing and demonstrate 19th century living.

West Kentucky Amateur Astronomers

From beginners to experts the WKAA is a club brought together by the love of the night sky. In addition to night sky observations the WKAA hosts the annual National Astronomy Day,  star parties and educational programs. For more information go to www.wkaa.net .

Woodlands Nature Station

Help the Nature Station to visitors’ experiences by setting up education stations throughout the backyard, answer questions, and help with animal care and gardens. This is a rewarding experience and gives you the chance to build your skills, improve your knowledge and connect with people.