Lower Shore Land Trust Interpretive Design Plan
The Lower Shore Land Trust has recently purchased a 1800 sq ft building in Snow Hill and plan to dedicate a portion of the interior as an visitor center, perhaps more if it seems appropriate, and incorporate outdoor areas for demonstration gardens. The property is adjacent to a town-owned park, and we will be working with the Town on a master plan recently funded for their park.
LSLT is currently working with Melanie Pierson of Conservation by Design on the interpretive on a collaborative and inclusive process with regional stakeholders to develop the foundations for interpretation at the site, including a thematic messaging structure, goals for interpretation, and the target audiences for the site. The Interpretive Concept Plan will then provide a detailed set of recommendations to actualize the optimal visitor experience throughout the site, including interpretive programming, exhibits, and other methods of interpretive message delivery. Conceptual sketches, space planning, and a prioritized implementation timetable and budget will be included.