Bull’s Run is accepting applications for a Naturalist. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Environmental education — Programs for all ages, throughout the four seasons.
- Land stewardship — Coordinating trail maintenance, managing invasive species removal, and propagating native plantings.
- Administration — Organizing work days, field trips, public nature programs, training sessions.
Anyone interested in applying for the part-time position should submit an application by April 7.
Update — A new naturalist has been selected.
Another season of Nature Tots begins on April 2. Reserve your space now for a 5-week program of child-centered hands-on exploration for preschoolers (ages 6 months to 6 years) and caregivers. Choose Wednesdays from 10 to 11 or from 12:30 to 1:30. Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey ho, the winter winds blow! The snow piles up and the nature tots pile in! Winter Nature TOTS will begin January 22nd and run through February 19th. That is 5 consecutive Wednesdays of nature exploration for little ones and their adults! This child centered, hands-on program gives the adult caregivers a weekly breath of fresh air too! We will begin at 12:30 and spend an hour or so investigating the wonders of winter and end with a snack and some warm cocoa. What a way to start your winter afternoons. If you have family or friends with children under 6 years old, think about joining us for an hour of nature exploration and learning at Bull’s Run. The program is free with your 2014 family membership of $25 or you can pay $5 per session. The membership entitles you to free Spring and Autumn Nature TOTS, too! For more information, contact Barb at 513-422-5063 or email@example.com.
Host Duane Gordon, executive director of the Middletown Community Foundation, chats with Nancy Clark, President of Bull’s Run Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum.
Watch 8 Minutes in Middletown to learn more about the Bull’s Run Nature Tots program from naturalist Barb Reuss.