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    Russell Cave

    National Monument Alabama

Support Your Park

Friends of the Stevenson Library
Friends of the Stevenson Library volunteers
Christie Guess Photo courtesy of Friends of Stevenson Library
 

Opportunities at Russell Cave National Monument

You can learn new skills, teach others and stay active and involved. Russell Cave National Monument Volunteers helps preserve and maintain the cultural and diverse natural resources the park offers. Volunteers opportunities at the park:

  • Interpretation in the park.
  • Information Receptionist at the front desk.
  • Building/Trail Maintenance
  • Exotic Plant Removal
  • Artist-In-Parks (Free housing may be available for some projects, see Keena Graham for details)
  • Native American Festival (May)

Volunteering with the National Park Service can be a rewarding experience. If the park has a need and you have the skill, consider volunteering. Volunteer opportunities at Russell Cave National Monument vary depending on the time of the year. Each volunteer's contribution makes a big difference!

Applications
A VIP application is required for all volunteer positions.

For More Information Contact:

Keena Graham

Russell Cave National Monument

3729 County Road 98

Bridgeport, AL 35740

Join the Park Volunteer Team
Be a part of one of a great team and make a difference! The National Park Service is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Current Volunteer Opportunities

 

Did You Know?

Entrance Sign

Russell Cave National Monument gets its name from Thomas Russell and his family. They owned the property when the maps of the area were made around 1835 - 1928.