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The Coburg Wetland Self-guided Interpretive Trail: a case study in environmental interpretation planning Public Deposited

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  • The key to developing successful environmental interpretation is sound planning. This paper is a discussion of the principles of environmental interpretation and how they apply to the planning process. The Coburg Wetland is a 21 acre reserve located on the west side of lnterstate-5 in Coburg, Oregon. The city of Coburg, with help from several federal agencies, is planning to develop the site for educational and recreational uses. After consideration of project goals, audience, and parameters, it was determined that the construction of a self-guided interpretive trail would enhance the site and assist in educating the general public on the values of wetlands. Details of trail design, disabled access, thematic stops, and interpretive text are discussed. Keywords: environmental interpretation, planning, Coburg, wetlands.
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