Natural and Cultural Resource Interpretation
Natural and cultural resource interpretation is the art of helping visitors connect to and understand the significance of our natural and cultural treasures. This is our specialty! Linda Morton, was a professional interpreter for the National Park Service for nearly a decade. Throughout her career, she provided both personal services (guided hikes, presentations, tours, etc.) and non-personal services (exhibits, visitor guides, digital media, etc.) at 5 National Park sites. As the South District Interpreter for Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, Linda developed interpretive programming, displays, and publications for 2 visitor centers, 40,000 acres, and nearly 500,000 annual visitors. She developed staff training for traditional interpretation as well as facilitated dialogue. She is a registered coach through the Eppley Institute of Indiana University. Call us today to see how she can help your program thrive!
- Interpretive plans (waysides, publications, programming, etc.)
- Wayside design and large-format displays
- Publications (Visitor Guides, Junior Ranger Books, Trail Guides, etc.)
- Rehab Displays (Modernize "old-school" bulletin boards, letter boards, under-glass displays, etc)
- Touch Tables
- Interpretive training and coaching
- Interpretive event planning
For more examples of work please see Graphic Design.