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ASSINIBOINE FOREST WAYFINDING AND INTERPRETIVE STRATEGY

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ASSINIBOINE FOREST WAY FINDING AND INTERPRETIVE STRATEGY | 2013
55 Pavilion Crescent/Assiniboine Forest, Winnipeg

A simple colour-coding system that demarcates the trail routes in the forest, with maps that are mounted on folded weathering steel plates, displaying information at key locations throughout the forest and correspond to coloured tree banding that provide visual identity along the trail.