Interpretive signs can be a tool for positive change. In this blog, we explore how Interpretation can teach users the value of their natural resources and feel invested in the environment where they live.
In this blog, we explore how interpretive signs can benefit your building or infrastructure project by promoting sustainability, gaining public buy-in to green methodologies, and earning credits for certification.
Prescott Creeks hired The Watershed Company to create five interpretive signs, an orientation kiosk and map, and a tri-fold brochure. In this blog post, we go into detail about our development process.
Why replace an interpretive sign that isn't physically worn out yet? In this blog, we review the technical and aesthetic reasons you may want to refresh your interpretive signage.
What began as a practical proposition for a trail through a regulatory buffer turned into an educational opportunity at Odle Middle School. Marina French, landscape architect, shares how we used mitigation planning to engage visitors about wetland functions.