July 19, 2013 - 11:25am
The Olmsted Parks Conservancy needs you! Be a part of the lifecycle of Louisville's historic park sytem.
Everyone should hug a tree at least once in their life, but the beautiful trees in Louisville’s Cherokee and Seneca parks are getting hugs that may end up killing them.
April 17, 2012 - 8:46pm
Chiropractic has been GREEN from its inception, being GREEN is the essence of Chiropractic care. The foundation of Chiropractic care is to restore the self-regenerating body without the use of chemicals, foreign bodies, or genetically manipulated viruses.
We will be attending the 2012 Mighty Kindness Earth Day Hootenanny on April 22, 12-5 in celebration of Chiropractic, Natural Living and Alternative Healthcare!!! Go Green Go Chiropractic marketing’s initiative is to help Kentucky Chiropractors and patients unite in their efforts to spread...
July 29, 2012 - 6:52pm
United Nations Environmental Partnership marks Arbor Day celebration with tree giveaway April 3
On April 3, four Highlands neighborhood associations—Bonnycastle, Deer Park, Highlands-Douglass and Upper Highlands—are marking Kentucky Arbor Day along with individual donors and local businesses with the United Nations Environment “Billion Tree Campaign” Program, “Plant for the Planet.” The...
January 26, 2010 - 3:45pm
Does this cold weather leave your family clamoring for a little of the Great Outdoors? Bernheim Forest has some excellent programs this weekend that will entertain adults and children. Both a nature-inspired story hour and program on winter trees will satiate the urge for a reconnection with Mother Nature.
Event: EcoKids: Be A Cool Reader
Date: Saturday, January 30th, 1-4 pm
Place: Bernheim Forest Visitor Center
Each hour from 1-3 pm, Bernheim naturalists are meeting at the Visitor Center to read a nature inspired book to children. The story hours serve as reminder to children of the...
November 19, 2008 - 10:45am
The performance at retail is still up in the air for the Christmas season, but tree purveyors at Waterfront Park feel confident.
On November 28, the fifth annual “Christmas Tree Lane” will open for business and Louisvillians will enjoy a continuing tradition of purchasing their Christmas Trees downtown at Louisville Waterfront Park. Local vendors Tommy Thompson and Gary Jecker look forward to another very successful year...