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Smart Gardens and Landscapes: Organic Gardening

Spring is an excellent time to fertilize in the landscape and prepare the soil for the upcoming season’s gardens. Join us in discovering organic alternatives to create a natural, healthier, pest free environment in your own green space. Learn how to apply organic fertilizers and pesticides and how to use natural mechanical control methods to […]

Smart Gardens and Landscapes: Water-Wise Vegetable Gardening

Proper watering technique is an essential gardening skill to learn. It is important to know when to apply water and how much water to apply, in this workshop we will discuss watering frequency and amount, watering techniques and timing and water conserving catchment systems (i.e., rain barrels) and practices.

ECO Kids Discovery Days: Spring Lookout

Be on the lookout for the signs of spring as nature awakens all around us! Kids and their families will have fun investigating springtime clues through the challenge, and then exploring hands-on Discovery Stations during the afternoon. Hands-on Discovery Stations, featuring a variety of ecological wonders presented by our Volunteer Naturalists, at the Visitor Center […]

Certified Interpretive Guide Training

Become a Certified Interpretive Guide! Bernheim and the National Association for Interpretation, NAI, offer a professional certification program to recognize individuals who exhibit knowledge and skills necessary to assure quality interpretive programs to all audiences. This 32 hour training is intense but rewarding and will be lead by Bernheim’s Certified Interpretive Trainer, Wren Smith. For […]

Corinne Mastey, Certified Interpretive Guide & Naturalist

O.W.L.S.:Early Bloomers and Signs of Spring

Join us for an engaging exploration of early wildflowers and other signs of spring. You might be surprised to learn how tough these delicate ladies of spring really are. The first Wednesday of each month March through December, Bernheim offers a variety of hikes, actives and program designed for Older, Wiser and Livelier Seniors, O.W.L.S. […]

Winter Star Stories & Sky Watch Night

In winter, the stars seem brighter against the night canvas and the woods are enlivened by the crunch of leaves, frozen ground, and the quiet of the woods and fields. Winter Star Stories happen rain or shine. Registration and payment due by 4 p.m. day prior to the start of program. Call (502) 955-8512 before […]

ECO Kids Discovery Days: Crypto Animal Safari

Crypto means “secret” or “hidden”, which is a good way to describe many animals found in nature. Kids and their families will have fun searching for crypto animals through the challenge, and then exploring hands-on Discovery Stations during the afternoon. Hands-on Discovery Stations, featuring a variety of ecological wonders presented by our Volunteer Naturalists, at […]