For the first time in the United States, the Cincinnati Museum Center brings to life some of the largest and most unusual dinosaurs ever to have lived.
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Gerald Checco, the Operations Manager at Cincinnati Parks, talks about the role the operations department plays in the Cincinnati Parks.
Founding Trustee of the Ault Park Advisory Council Rob Kranz details the history of Ault Park.
Cincinnati Parks Nature Educator Vivian Wagner shares her thoughts on the importance of nature education.
Krohn Conservatory Administrative Specialist Andrea Schepman discusses the history of the Krohn.
Jim Rahtz, Deputy Director of Hamilton County Parks, talks about the parks more unusual facilities and programs including Friday night grill outs and murder mystery evenings.
Jim Rahtz, Deputy Director of Hamilton County Parks, explains how the wide variety of educational programs helps the parks meet their mission of protecting and preserving natural resources.
Barbara Kellar talks with Cathryn Hilker who represents the Cincinnati Zoo's Angel Fund program. Joining Ms. Hilker is Tommy T., one of the zoo's youngest Cat Ambassadors.
Jim Rahtz, Deputy Director of Hamilton County Parks, explains how the parks protect and preserve nature in their 16,000 acres.
Jim Rahtz, Deputy Director of Hamilton County Parks, talks about the early days of the park system including a visit by golfing great Bobby Jones.
Maggie Heran, Director of the Lloyd Library, shares plans for creating the Lloyd Medicinal Garden at the Ohio Governor's Residence and Heritage Garden with Dean Regas.