Bernheim, is a 1600 acre arboretum and research forest located in Clermont Kentucky. It is the brainchild of Isaac W. Bernheim who immigrated from Sweden in 1867. He purchased the land now know as Bernheim Forest in 1929 and dedicated it to the public. It has over 40 miles of hiking trails, fishing ponds, gardens, sculptures, and loads of educational opportunities for both young and old. They host festivals, family events, educational tours, and more. It is referred to as “living laboratory” and boosted as one of the “most pristine and healthiest forest in the country”. Bernheim is funded by grants and the generosity of the public. To find out how you can be a part of the process, click here: https://bernheim.org/get-involved/

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