Thanks to Eagle Scout candidate Quinn Retzloff, we have new and improved signs in the nature preserve. The old signs were well-worn, to put it mildly, and in one instance referred to a trail we removed for restoration. The new signs will support a much-improved visitor experience. Eventually, the trail guide will be accessible from QR codes on the trail markers that can be scanned with a smart phone to retrieve 360-degree images, interpretive text and seasonal natural history notes. Physical copies of the general trail guide will still be available for those who want the information but prefer to remain “offline” while in nature. This is the second time we’ve worked with the Retzloff family; Quinn’s brother Cole built the community garden shed in 2012. Thanks so much to Quinn, his family, Troop #85, St. Luke Catholic Church, Mike Lakin at Carroll High School, Lowes, and Todd Philips at TL Awards for making this all possible!