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The Sage, Wisdom from the Edible Garden, March 23

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I try to start every morning with a slow, calm, meditative walk through the Edible Garden. Slowing down my steps to match my breath allows me to deeply connect with the flow of the garden. While “flowing,”’ I try to place my attention completely on the environment and my place in the natural cycle of nature. Whether the soft smile that emerges is … [Read more]

American Woodcocks are Nesting at Bernheim

Nesting American Woodcock

It’s spring, and that means nesting birds. American Woodcocks have already been found nesting along the Wilson Creek Valley at Bernheim. Females make a shallow depression in leaves and twigs on the ground in young forests. Males do not play any role in the nesting and care of the young. American Woodcocks can lay four eggs, and will lay one a … [Read more]

Spring has Sprung at Isaac’s Cafe

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What has touches of green, new growth emerging from well established roots, tempting aroma, tasty offerings and is waiting for you at Bernheim’s Visitor Center?  No… it’s not the fresh mint growing in the barrels by the sidewalk, but that would have been a good guess, and it’s not the spring onions sprouting up in little clumps, scattered about … [Read more]

That’s a Wrap on the 2017 NAI Sunny Southeast Conference

Bill Napper Session

What a week it was! Thanks to all who participated in the 2017 National Association for Interpretation (NAI) Sunny Southeast Regional Workshop: Rooted in the Land. Hosted by Bernheim’s education team, the workshop highlighted Bullitt County and our surrounding region, and extended Bernheim’s actions beyond our borders and contributions to thought … [Read more]

Seeing Green: Isaac’s Café Specials, March 13-17

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It certainly is not unusual to see green this time of year. In fact, we have been seeing green for most of February.  It started with the tender buds sprouting on so many of the trees at Bernheim to the daffodils coming up behind Isaac's Café.  Even with the colder weather this week, the plants seem to be holding their ground, braving the chill and … [Read more]

Wildflower Strolls Series Begins Next Week

A wildflower grows in the wild, meaning it was not intentionally seeded or planted. With nearly 15,000 acres of land, Bernheim is full of thousands of these beauties. Spring is a great time to begin observing the wildflower from bud to blossom, and that is exactly what you can do in our newest Wildflower Stroll series. Join Wren Smith, Bernheim … [Read more]