Project Description: In the spring and early summer of 2011, MLTPA contracted with two local interpretive specialists, David Scott and Christie Osborne, to prepare and deliver a draft report and presentation on the opportunities available to interpretive programming on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System (MLTS). David Scott's draft report is available for download below. The PowerPoint presentation, as prepared and narrated by Christie Osborne, details how current technology can enhance and deliver interpretive information to the MLTS. You can watch her presentation by clicking on the link below. These deliverables are meant to guide and inform future efforts to incorporate educational materials related to local geology, arts and culture, biology, and other topics into the growing MLTS signage and wayfinding system.
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The 'Interpretive Services Planning' document, a comprehensive report identifying opportunities for interpretation along the Mammoth Lakes Trail System, prepared in 2011 by David Scott and Christie Osborne.
Power point presentation of the 'Interpretive Services Planning' document findings as presented to the Mammoth Lakes Trail System Coordinating Committee on November 28, 2012.
Complete minutes from the November 28, 2012 Mammoth Lakes Trail System Coordinating Committee meeting.
Complete minutes from the January 8, 2013 Recreation Commission meeting.
Complete minutes from the January 23, 2013 Town of Mammoth Lakes Town Council meeting.
Video presentation reviewing various opportunities that current technology may afford the interpretive programs on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System.
The final Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center Interpretive Plan as prepared on May 1, 2008 by Pennie Custer, Welcome Center Director for the USDA Forest Service in the Inyo National Forest.