Tag: Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve

A pumpkin on the Pin Oak Trail is carved to create a cat jack-o'-lantern.

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. Sometimes, we’ll even bring you a bonus video. Since you couldn’t join us in person for this year’s Pumpkin Hike, we’re bringing the park to you! Follow Nature Interpreter Paul as he hikes the Pin Oak Trail, telling you all about pumpkins, animal ambassadors and more.

Read more

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. It’s Black Walnut Week! We shared recipes, showed you how to tie-dye – what more can you do with black walnuts? Nature Interpreter Paul tells us more about the science of one of Ohio’s favorite native nuts in today’s video.

Read more
Black Walnuts

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. It’s Black Walnut Week! Learn about this local delicacy all week long. We’re back at Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve where Nature Interpreter Julie is quizzing you on your nut knowledge.

Read more

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. It’s Black Walnut Week! Learn about this local delicacy all week long and we’re starting off with black walnut recipes you can make at home. Find out which recipe wins the great bake-off in today’s video.

Read more
A monarch rests on flowers planted for pollinators on the Rothenberg Elementary rooftop garden

Join us on our Facebook page every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff. Nature Interpreters Stephanie and Julie are in the butterfly garden at Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve. Here, they’re sharing how they complete the delicate task of tagging monarch butterflies so we can study the patterns of these important pollinators.

Read more

The Good Ole Places

All, Stories

Colerain may have looked a little different 30 years ago, but Nature Interpreter Paul shares how Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve remains unchanged and is the perfect respite from a busy day. And a visit to a park is just the comfort everyone needs right now.

Read more