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Disturbed. Naturally.

Disturbed. Naturally. August 2022 – Andy Dickerson, Executive Director The natural world has been in a constant state of flux for eons. If you’ve read historic accounts of what these lands looked like at settlement, I guarantee it is entirely different now and was entirely different 100 years before that. In ancient times, almost all […]

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Bringing Life Back to Bahr’s Pond

Bringing Life Back to Bahr’s Pond July 5th, 2022 – Nick Hartley, Bahr Farm Manager Nature has an incredible ability to seize opportunities when they present themselves. When Cardinal took possession of the Bahr Farm early 2021, the pond that had taught generations of locals how to fish had fallen into disrepair. The only life […]

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Leave a Lasting Legacy

Leaving a Lasting Legacy November 1, 2021 Learn more about leaving your legacy. Cardinal Planned Giving

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Spring Is Humming By

Spring Is Humming By June 15, 2021 After the last big storm with high winds, I found a small odd-shaped piece of a branch in the yard. As I stooped to pick it up, I found it wasn’t a branch at all, but a tiny nest. Made of pieces of tree bark and dandelion down, […]

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Chanyata Farm Monitoring Video

An Easement Monitoring Visit from the Landowner’s Perspective                                                                                   March 26, 2021 Would you like […]

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Consider Pretty Ditches to Handle Excess Rainfall

Consider Pretty Ditches to Handle Excess Rainfall

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Shelter Outside Restoration and Respite Outdoors

Shelter Outside Restoration and Respite Outdoors Anna Carlson, Cardinal Land Conservancy Office Manager

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Clermont County Public Library Bee Hotel Workshop

Clermont County Public Library Bee Hotel Workshop Cardinal Staff worked with Clermont County’s Miami township and Union township library staff to offer bee hotel-building workshops to over 50 families. Library card holders of all ages came out to learn about the solitary bees living in their backyards and build habitat for them. Unlike European honey […]

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