The Taiya Inlet Watershed Council recently received a grant for the development of interpretive signs for the StreamWalk. Corvus Design was contracted for the design and developing content for the signs. On January 8th a public meeting was hosted at the Public Library to develop the themes for the signs. Additional meetings were held with the National Park Service and local teachers to develop curriculum and themes for a series of signs that will target school aged children. During the public meeting one of our young participants created a model of the StreamWalk from Post-It Notes.
The team will return to Skagway in late March to present the signs to the public for comments and input.