Volunteers can give a few hours or several hundred hours, providing support to Bernheim and our visitors. While working throughout the forest or arboretum, you can participate in a variety of activities, while having fun in the great outdoors. Take the first step in becoming a Bernheim volunteer by attending this general orientation training.
Western Kentucky University (WKU) PBS received a nomination for their film about the installation of Snake Hollow in the “Magazine Feature/Segment” category. The Ohio Valley chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has members in 13 television markets (including Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville, Lexington and Charleston) across four states (Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and […]
Summer is in full swing at Bernheim, which means lots of fresh vegetables in our raised beds. Isaac’s Cafe (open daily, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.) uses fresh from the garden produce, as well as local ingredients to build a delightful summer menu, which includes old favorites (the Nutty Bird seems to get the popular […]
This flowering plant may look pretty, but it’s actually Garlic Mustard, which is harmful to the forest’s ecosystem. You can make a difference and help protect our native wildlife by volunteering with the natural areas team. Come out to Bernheim on Wednesday, April 17th from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. to learn about the growing problem of […]
Connect with People. Connect with Nature. Volunteer at Bernheim. If you are looking for a way to be outdoors, do meaningful work, meet new people, and learn new things, becoming a Bernheim Volunteer is for you. We have jobs involved in all aspects of our operations, from cleaning trails to gardening to working with visitors […]
Celebrate Arbor Day the Bernheim way! Arbor Day Adopt-a-Tree is Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7, 2013. Stop by the Visitor Center (please note the change of location from the calendar in the forest echo) where you can choose a sapling to raise in your own yard. A list of species available is below. $1 suggested donation […]