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Come to Bernheim With Your Louisville Cultural Pass for Children

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Bernheim is excited to participate in the City of Louisville’s new Cultural Pass for Children program, which is designed to expose children to the region’s diverse cultural arts attractions. Children who get their pass stamped by at least eight different institutions this summer will be eligible for a grand prize – a family package of tickets […]

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Spring Volunteer Opportunities at Bernheim

You already know Bernheim is a beautiful place to connect with nature, but did you know that you can help preserve our landscape for future generations while soaking up the sun and playing in the dirt? Volunteers are a vital part of helping us to fulfill our mission of connecting people with nature. As the weather […]

Take Your Earth Day Celebration Home With You

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Happy Earth Day! Here at Bernheim, we celebrate the earth and nature’s wonders 365 days a year. So can you. Making small changes in your daily routine or yard can make a difference in your carbon footprint. Here are a few tips to help you get started. In Your Yard Earth Day is a great […]

Volunteer Work Day – Invasive Species Removal

Invasive Species are  not native plant species that grow rapidly and cause severe harm to Bernheim’s forest. We need help in keeping these pests at bay. On Wednesday, April 16, 9:00 a.m., we will meet at the Visitor Center and head into the forest to pull as many of these plants as possible. It’s a […]

Volunteer Profile: Sandy Nafziger

Volunteer Profile - Sandy Nafziger

Meet Sandy Nafziger, one of Bernheim’s newest Naturalists in Training (NIT).  After signing up to work at BugFest in September, 2012, she was immediately inspired by Bernheim’s community of volunteer naturalists.  Since attending the NIT orientation in January, 2013, Sandy has been involved in countless events and programs. She is always willing to help at […]

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