What does it mean to be a steward of The Parklands? It means working to sustain our natural resources and the environment for future generations. It means taking an active interest in the land you live on, preserving it for the natural community, as well as enhancing the quality of life for your human community. It means supporting our education goals for increased community-wide scientific literacy. It means helping to put on world-class programming and events open to the public. There are so many ways to get involved and make a positive impact. What will you do to become a steward of The Parklands of Floyds Fork and the Louisville community?

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Parklands of Floyds Fork! Volunteers are invaluable resources to The Parklands, and serve as instrumental partners in our mission to create a world-class park system that enhances the recreation, education, and environment for generations.

There are many ways you can volunteer your time:

Corporate & Community Groups: 

Your group can work with us to host a private volunteering event. Volunteering is a great team-building activity and some companies offer employees Volunteer Time Off (VTO). 

Single Day Volunteer Opportunities: 

Keep an eye out for single-day opportunities, such as tree plantings, clean-ups, creek sweeps and special event support.

On-Going Volunteering: 


Take a minute to fill out our volunteer application. Please direct questions to volunteer@21cparks.org.




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