Russell Cave National Monument is seeking enthusiastic volunteers who can work independently to assist staff with the various projects taking place in the park. Russell Cave is a hidden gem that provides the beauty and solitude of rural living while having close proximity to cities such as Chattanooga, Huntsville, and Nashville. You will be able to work on exciting projects that will make a big impact on people's lives and the resource. Here is how you can lend a hand:
Free housing is provided with a commitment of a minimum of 120 hours per month.
Please send your resume to Volunteer Coordinator Keena Graham or call (256)495-2672.
Did You Know?
The National Fire Plan, created by Congress in 2000, seeks to improve management of wildland fires through fuels reduction, prescribed fire, and other programs. The photo at left was taken during a prescribed fire at Russell Cave National Monument.