New Interpretive Signs at the Paonia River Park

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Western Slope Conservation Center installed nine new interpretive signs at the Paonia River Park. The signs are a colorful array of watercolor paintings, helpful graphics, and educational text. They serve as an interpretive guide for visitors who wander down the River Park trail. Each sign covers a different theme with topics like: Wildlife, Watershed, Industrial History, and Mayfly Life-cycles. Five signs are still in production and will be installed within the year. Come check out the newly improved River Park to learn about riparian habitats and the North Fork Valley!

The signs are designed by Theresa Schism, fabricated by Interpretive Graphics, and installed by Alpine Fencing in Delta, Colorado.

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  Education, News, Projects, River Park, Watershed
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