S.Dangerfield Interpretive Planning
It began in 1994 with the design of our first interpretive trail – Foresters Footsteps in Whiteshell Provincial Park – which went on to receive an Award of Excellence from the National Association for Interpretation (USA). Since that time we have designed or provided interpretation for more than 25 trails, including the Trans Canada Trail crossing 1300 kilometres of Manitoba. We have had the great fortune to be involved in a wide range of interpretive projects – interpretive centres, museums, concept plans, films, interpretive maps and curriculum guides. Along the way we have honed our skills and earned a few more awards.
One word sums up the work of Sherry Dangerfield – “Professional”. Sherry delivers the goods each and every time – what you want, on time and within budget. Want an award winning interpretive product for your agency – call S. Dangerfield Interpretive Planning.
Former Head, Interpretation & Heritage Properties
Manitoba Parks & Natural Areas
S. Dangerfield Interpretive Planning specializes in ideas, planning, research and writing. We are responsible for overall management of large museum projects. When it comes to graphic design, lighting plans or other specialized areas, we work with a variety of talented consultants and suppliers. We can put together a team for your needs or be part of your team. S. Dangerfield Interpretive Planning has been the leader for many exciting projects. We also take on the research and writing for other interpretive teams.
Some of the experts we work with on a regular basis are in the field of graphic design, interior design, IT, GIS mapping, illustration and artwork, artifact conservation, landscape architecture, and exhibit design. We consult with professionals in the field of ecology, botany, entomology, history, culture, archaeology, geology and the list goes on…thorough research and accurate information are the foundation of our work.