Angeles National Forest Signage Project

Forest Service Interpretive, Wayfinding, and Regulatory Signage.

Amigos de Los Rios – Emerald Necklace Group collaborated with the US Forest Service Expert Team, which included a Landscape Architect, Biologist, Ecologist, Historian, Anthropologist, and Community Partner specialist, to develop interpretive, wayfinding, and regulatory signs for the Lake Hughes Community Center and Post Office, the Drink Water Flats OHV Staging Area, and the Elizabeth Lake Day Use Area. This work was made possible through grant funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), matched by Southern California Edison (SCE), San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountain Conservancy, and the Climate Action Corps.

The result is a set of interpretive panels highlighting the critical role that the Forest plays within ‘Our Greater Watershed.’ Key highlights include user-friendly maps to assist Off-Road Vehicle Enthusiasts in safely accessing a vital OHV Trail Network, while the panels and posters on the history of Lake Hughes and Lake Elizabeth tell a significant story about the water and fire cycles in the LA Basin. Check the signs below and read more about the ANF Signage Project developed by Amigos de Los Rios in cooperation with our community here: ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST SIGNAGE PROJECT.

Elizabeth Lake Day Use Area

Drink Water Flats OHV Staging Area

Lake Hughes Community Center

Lake Hughes Post Office

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