I created artwork for eight interpretive signs in the Upper Copper River Basin. The series of dynamic signs tells the rich history of the region and work to raise awareness for the first language of the region through integration of Ahtna place names. The sign help visitors at each location make a connection to the entire watershed and to understand how the place where they are standing is connected to a much larger unique and special place.
The project involved working closely with the Copper River Watershed Project, their many agency partners, and other groups involved in the area. Design by Whittington Evans Communications and writing by Wendy Erd.