The West Beach Sand Dunes Interpretive Signs

The Foundation helped fund the production and installation of 18 interpretive signs detailing the natural history of the West Beach Sand Dunes and other nearby ecosystems. Much of the research and all of the artwork for these signs was done by Victor Garcia’s Marine Biology Class at Anacortes High School under the guidance of park staff and a local artist. The panels can be viewed in the slideshow below; but to truly appreciate them, you’ll need to make a visit to the park.



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