Volunteers provide vital outreach, administrative and operational support for our organization. By volunteering, you can help us build awareness, raise funds, plan events, and participate in community outreach opportunities. We also offer hands-on volunteer opportunities for gardeners who are looking to get their hands dirty.
How to Volunteer
It’s easy! Just fill out our online form by clicking the button below. We’ll email you when a volunteer opportunity arises that meets your availability and areas of interest.
The Cultivators are a group of young earth-lovers helping to build the gardens for Louisville and Southern Indiana. The purpose of the Cultivators is to assist in the development and building of the Waterfront Botanical Gardens through the following activities with individuals ages 35 and under:
– Raising awareness
– Encouraging membership among members of the community
– Educational programs
– Volunteer activities
Dot Wade Volunteer of the Year Award
Congratulations to Tim Baker, our Dot Wade Volunteer of the Year awardee!
Tim has played a tremendous role in this year’s success by serving on our Site, Operations and Education Committees. In addition, he volunteers for event set up, site clean-up and brings mulch to site and creative ideas to the table when needed. Tim is that volunteer that always says “Yes” when asked to help out, and goes the extra mile to make things easier for the staff. He’s reliable, willing, creative, likeable and always follows through. In addition, Tim serves as a guide on our canoe tours led by David Wicks.
The Dot Wade Volunteer of the Year Award is named in honor of our beloved board member, the late Dot Wade, who diligently worked for over 30 years to keep the vision of creating a botanical garden alive. The award is a way to thank volunteers who have gone above and beyond in their work to help the Waterfront Botanical Gardens effort.