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Cure Cabin Fever at Bernheim

Are you sick of being stuck inside of the house this winter? Then come on out to Bernheim this weekend and enjoy a couple days of spring weather! Forecasters are predicting temperatures will rise to the mid and upper 60s, just in time for a handful of fun-filled nature programs. Here are just a few […]

#10WaysTuesday

We all want to be good environmental stewards and treat our environment with care, but we may not know the best ways to do so. That’s where #10WaysTuesday comes in. Follow Bernheim’s social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – @bernheimforest) to learn a new way to help the environment. Each Tuesday, one of a series of […]

Hornbeams Planted at Earth Measure

Bernheim’s Arboretum recently acquired 11 new European hornbeams. The horticulture crew planted the new trees along the path leading to Earth Measure creating a tree-lined corridor. ‘Fastigiata’ European hornbeam, the most common cultivar sold, grows 30 to 40 feet tall and 20 to 30 feet wide. Instead of a large central trunk, the hornbeam fans […]

#10WaysTuesday: Air

We all want to be good environmental stewards and treat our environment with care, but we may not know the best ways to do so. That’s where #10WaysTuesday comes in. Throughout the last ten weeks, Bernheim’s social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – @bernheimforest) has featured a way to help the air, from riding public transportation to […]

Tundra Swans Spotted on Lake Nevin

Since early January, the large flocks of Canada geese on Lake Nevin have some new friends – tundra swans. Tundra swans breed in the remote arctic of North America. They are most common swans in North America, but are not commonly seen in Kentucky. They are rare site at Bernheim. They normally spend the winter on […]

A Warm December: What Does it Mean for Spring?

Many of you may have noticed the spring like landscape at Bernheim or in your neighborhood in the last few weeks. The early blooms are not that harmful to our plants overall. Many of our trees and shrubs are still dormant and our return to colder temperatures this week should keep further blooms from coming […]

Issac’s Cafe Specials – November 30-December 4, 2015

If you’re like me, you may have over indulged just a bit last week.  We are not unlike other mammals, gathering, storing, preparing ourselves by packing on the pounds for the long lean winter months ahead. However, those creatures do need to pack on the pounds and most of us do not.  In an effort to […]

Honoring our “Roots” at Bernheim

We’re excited to announce a new one of a kind experience at Bernheim on Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. – Honoring our “Roots.” This warming experience will honor our roots in the land with a daffodil planting celebration. Share in the harvest of Berheim’s Edible Garden at Isaac’s Café, reflect and prepare […]