Interpretive Planning Workshop explores storytelling options for Boggsville

December 21, 2015 by Amy Webb

A lively group of 18 people participated in a two-day interpretive planning workshop for Boggsville led by Kim Sikoryak, a retired National Park Service chief of interpretation. The workshop drew participants from the National Trust, National Park Service, Forest Service and several universities as well as local stakeholders.

In addition to helping to shape the main themes and storytelling strategies for this site, participants had a chance to weigh in on design options for a new entrance sign. During the first day of the workshop, the National Trust received the good news that a grant proposal to fund a field trip and interpretive sign design had been funded.

Stay tuned for more updates on Boggsville in the new year!

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