Nature is made accessible at Blue Hills Trailside Museum New interpretive materials make the Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton and other Mass Audubon Sanctuaries accessible for people with vision, hearing and mobility challenges. With federal and private grants, the sanctuaries now have audio tours, rope and post guides, large-print guides, and Braille signs, guides and maps.
June 11, 2013 - The Canton Journal
The Grove in Glenview celebrates 40th anniversary GLENVIEW — The Glenview Park District revealed a placard at The Grove’s Interpretive Center on June 4th to honor The Grove Heritage Association’s (GHA) 40 years of hard work to preserve what is now known as a National Historic Landmark. Grove Director Steve Swanson talked to a group of about 30 people attending GHA’s annual meeting about the history of the group and work they put in to make The ...
June 11, 2013 - Glenview Announcements
Weston ConCom intern creates interpretive signs at trails As part of her senior internship with the Weston Conservation Commission, Emma Walsh designed and installed interpretive signs at three conservation areas in town – Cat Rock and 80-Acre Conservation Area (end of Drabbington Way and Indian Hill Road), Jericho Town Forest (off Gun Club Lane and Concord Road), and College Pond Conservation Area (at Burchard Park off Concord Road).
June 10, 2013 - The Weston Town Crier
David Dubal in Washington Post The wonderful part of her gift is not, for me, the improvisation but the interpretive artist,Dubal said. "She has beautiful sound and fine technique."
Samuel Alito in ePluribus Media (blog) Interestingly, Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, when a staff attorney in the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel, wrote a 1986 memorandum making the case for "interpretive signing statements" as a tool to "increase the power of...