Our volunteer opportunities allow participation in the stewardship of state nature preserves and in the identification of important natural areas. Volunteers may serve as "watchdogs" over a state nature preserve or may help with short-term management activities. Professional and amateur naturalists and biologists can search for new populations of rare species as well as find previously unknown natural areas.
Support Our Work!
801 Teton Trail
Frankfort, KY 40601.
Donate directly to the Friends of Kentucky Nature Preserves
. They are an independent non-profit organization set up to support our work through donations, as well as volunteer work. The Friends of Kentucky Nature Preserves are dedicated to the protection and promotion of our state’s biodiversity and natural areas through support of land management, scientific studies and environmental education.
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Nature and Wildlife Fund
- Financial assistance can be provided through a direct donation to the Nature Preserves Fund, a contribution to the Nature and Wildlife Fund on your state income tax form, or through a reduced-price sale or donation of a significant natural area.
Kentucky Nature License Plate
- Purchase Nature Plates for your vehicle. Money from the sale of the plate goes into a fund for purchasing natural areas to be left as wild places held in trust for future generations.
Spread the Word!
Help us get the word out about the importance of biodiversity. All citizens can convey their concern for our natural environment to their friends and elected leaders.
Contribute Your Data!
Biologists can submit species information on Federal and State Listed Endangered, Threatened and Special Concern species identified as a result of field surveys. Observation information from other biologists is valuable data that aids in monitoring rare species throughout the Commonwealth. To submit observation data submit an Element Occurrence Short Form.
Stay In Touch!
We would like to keep in touch with you.
* Come to our quarterly meetings to learn more about the issues and our work. Check the events calendar
for upcoming meetings.