INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE

The 77-acre Openlands Lakeshore Preserve is a signature project in Highland Park. It boasts restored plant communities in its ravines and on its bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan. Publicly accessible, the preserve features meandering, accessible trails and on-site signage and podcasts about the landscape. In celebration of ADA 25, Openlands will install interpretive signage on the bridge linking to the trail system across one of the ravines. The signage commemorates Harry Chandler, Jr., an Openlands board member who was paralyzed. He was a persistent advocate for accessibility, and the bridge is symbolic of Openlands’ work to make nature available to everyone.

OPENLANDS IMAGES

Image of Openlands Lakeshore Preserve

Image of Openlands Lakeshore Preserve