Signs, Trails, and Wayside Exhibits

Connecting People and Places (Interpreter's Handbook Series)

Trail Core Competencies
Summary

This sourcebook is a comprehensive, visual guide to planning, designing, and fabricating effective wayside exhibits, information signs, and trails. Over 400 photographs from interpretive sites around the world illustrate effective techniques for connecting visitors to site resources. The book is a valuable reference for interpretive professionals, site managers, architects, and students.

Overview

Building on decades of experience, this book offers a comprehensive guide to the planning, design and fabrication of effective interpretive panels and trails. Includes hundreds of photographs of recent projects, case studies, a section on developing effective messages, and current information on panel fabrication methods and media. Use this detailed guide to plan and develop your own effective signs, trails and wayside exhibits.

Trail Types Covered

    General. All trail types are relevant.

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