Friday, December 10, 2010

Interpretive Sign at Mines of Spain

...that the White Pine Group/Sierra Club helped purchase with a $200 donation

You asked about the interpretive sign that the Sierra Club helped in purchasing: it is on the Pine Chapel Trail over at the EB Lyons Interpretive Center. I felt it would get good use there. The sign talks about the various types of habitats in the park, i.e. prairies, forests, wetlands. If you go down the Pine Chapel Trail from the center, the sign is at the bottom of the hill near four benches. I plan to put concrete around the base of it when we have the funding and time.

Thanks for checking on this sign. We put all new signs on the center trails and at the JD Monument. They have all been well-received.

Thanks,
Wayne Buchholtz/Park Ranger
Mines of Spain Recreation Area

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