“Sherry took an innovative approach to the redevelopment of the interpretive centre because, as the lead consultant for the project, she effectively coordinated input received from Manitoba Conservation staff, both past and present, as well as local residents. As a result of her consultation process she proposed a number of technological additions to improve visitor interactions and experiences while they visited the goose sanctuary visitor centre. Sherry’s understanding and awareness of interpretive and educational concepts contributed greatly to the production of a plan that will lead to future improvements to this important Whiteshell Park facility.”
Director, Eastern Region, Manitoba Conservation
Alf Hole Goose Sanctuary is located on the edge of Whiteshell Provincial Park. The existing interpretive displays at the visitor centre were more than 25 years old and a number of renovations have been undertaken with no overall design plan. S. Dangerfield Interpretive Planning developed a concept plan for the aging facility.
The plan synchronizes:
The plan included:
The plan has yet to be implemented.