TimberHomes recently built a batch of portable interpretive signs for the Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture and the Environment in Freeport, Maine. A new twist on our traditional interpretive signs, these units were designed with portability in mind. A mortise and tenon joint secures them to rot resistant White Oak skids, and a rugged girt ties everything together.
Wolfe’s Neck approached TimberHomes in early 2021 in search of a portable interpretive sign solution. The center is conducting research into using seaweed to reduce livestock methane emissions, and they plan to use the interpretive signs to explain the project to the public. As the livestock rotate to new grazing pastures, Wolfe’s Neck plans to move the signs via tractor to follow the herd.
Check out our Interpretive Signs and our other parks structures here!
Text by Kyle Baumgardner