Become a member today and support the Frederick Law Olmsted Parks! Membership includes great benefits for you and your family. more >
The 1974 tornado destroyed eighty percent of Cherokee Park’s hardwood trees, and galvanized new support for restoring the parks.
Neighborhood, school and business groups can also “adopt” all or part of their favorite Frederick Law Olmsted Park. Through the adoption program, a group commits to come out a few times a year to help with project specific to their adopted park or park area.
The Olmsted volunteer experience encourages students to set aside the nattering technologies that saturate their days and interact meaningfully with the natural world in a way that fosters an understanding …”–Brett Paice, member of St Francis High School Adoption Group
Call (502) 456-8125 or e-mail us for more information about how your group can become an adoption partner.
All our great Park Adoption Partners!
Beargrass Creek Alliance
Cherokee Triangle Neighborhood Association
District 5 & Shawnee Neighborhood Association
Fighting Chance of Louisville
Gresham Smith & Partners
Kentucky Mountain Bike Association
Louisville Bicycle Club
Neighbors of Bingham Park
Portland Promise Center
St Francis High School
Trinity High School Merton House
Tyler Park Neighborhood Association
U of L Alpha Tau Omega
U of L Environmental Law and Land Use Society