The Olympia marble (Euchloe olympia) was discovered by Kelly Vowels in the Wilson Creek valley. This butterfly is rare in Kentucky, and emerges in April to feed on plants in the mustard family. This little gem is another addition to our ongoing investigation into Bernheim’s biodiversity.
Sculptor Matt Weir, working with a crane crew, staff and others, has most of the largest stone pieces in place now for his monumental Earth Measure. At least all of the stones that required a crane are set in place. Now Matt will begin carving on the pieces working toward his final vision for the […]
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 […]
Sculptor Matt Weir, commissioned by an anonymous donor to develop a memorial for Barry Bingham Jr., is installing his massive Earth Measure at Bernheim over the next three days. The sculpture is a landscape scale installation that includes monolithic geometric shapes constructed of limestone blocks milled at Indiana Limestone. He is assisted by helper Ezra Kellerman, a […]