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The Arboretum Nature Path

at the Navajo Wash

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In 2013 we partnered with The Ironwood Tree Experience on a project to increase neighborhood awareness of the pocket park we had established at the Navajo Wash. With a modest budget it was decided to install signs to highlight the walking path and identify some of the native trees which had been planted along the path. After a neighborhood survey and a site visit, we brainstormed ideas for possible sign designs. (See Planning Gallery)

The final signs were printed by one of our local businesses, Sign Age, and installed at the end of June 2013. (See Installation Gallery)

For our main Navajo Wash Project page, go here.

The Navajo wash is located at the northwest corner of Hedrick and Mountain. It's a 2-acre parcel of land owned by the city that currently functions primarily as a storm water management site. Also on the site is a 40 space parking lot used by university commuter students.

Click here for the Drachman Institute's design plan booklet (1.8 MB)  PDF.

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Planning

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