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Double the Impact of Your Gift to Bernheim

What a year 2016 turned out to be for Bernheim! In 2016, we had the highest attendance on record with over 250,000 guests visiting the forest and in April, over 1400 people helped us to break the world record for the most people hugging trees at the same time in the same place; Bernheim grew by 333 acres in 2016, going from 14,340 to 14,673 by … [Read more]

Hollies for the Holidays

Of the many plants associated with the holiday season, the Holly has perhaps the oldest history of any other decorative evergreen. The use of holly in holiday tradition dates back to the Greeks and Romans, who adorned their homes with wreaths and garland made from holly boughs.  This tradition was thought to predict the outcome of the following … [Read more]

Bernheim Adds 162 Acres of Land

In case you missed it earlier this month,  162 additional acres of land are officially under Bernheim's protection for conservation. The announcement came at a special celebration on Thursday, Dec. 8 with the family of the late Raymond Thurman, the long-time Bullitt County farmer and businessman, along with over 100 community members including … [Read more]

Winter Hours Have Arrived at Bernheim

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We are just days away from winter solstice and the holiday season. With these arrivals, our operating hours will vary slightly, including at the Visitor Center and Isaac's Café. Bernheim will be closed on Sunday, December 25 and Sunday, January 1. The park will be open, but buildings will be closed on Saturday, December 24.  As of November … [Read more]

Making the Most of What You’ve Got: Isaac’s Café Specials, December 12-16

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I'm a firm believer in using what you have on hand in the kitchen. As a mom on a budget, I often had to get creative and make do with what we had. The same holds true at Isaac's Café. Because Bernheim is a private not-for-profit organization, I want to always be mindful of being a good steward of our resources. You no doubt have heard the statement … [Read more]

Bernheim Adds 162 Acres of Land

The barn at the Thurman Tract

Today, Bernheim officially announced that 162 additional acres of land are under our protection for conservation. The announcement came at a special celebration with the family of the late Raymond Thurman, the long-time Bullitt County farmer and businessman, along with over 100 community members including Bernheim donors, trustees and local … [Read more]