Interpretive Panels and Other Signs
Interpretive signs enrich the experiences of all park visitors. Now that the new trail from the Interpretive Center and nearby parking lot to the nature preserve has been completed, park staff members are concentrating on creating new interpretive signs and replacing worn or outdated interpretive and warning signs. CSPA has budgeted funds to cover the cost of purchasing new signs.
CSPA is purchasing a new “iron ranger” that will soon be installed at the entrance/exit to the nature preserve. Actually made of galvanized steel and shaped like a square, waist-high post, an iron ranger is simply a locked container for receiving cash—in this case, donations that will support the training of volunteer docents and other interpretive programs.