Scott, Jo
November 2008
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2008, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p12
Case Study
The article presents a case study on the development of an issues-based interpretation plan for Kileder Water and Forest Park (KW&FP) in Northumberland, England. The process follows a logical and clear path from identifying issues through the interpretative objectives they want to achieve. It states that a good interpretative map is beneficial for KW&FP, which would help address various issues that include partnership working, pre-visit planning, and responsible use.


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