This Year's Project: Entrance Sign Landscaping
About Our Organization
The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and Betty Strong Encounter Center (together, "the Center") tell the story of Lewis and Clark's journey through Siouxland, explore the stories of how we live together as diverse people, and provide information on how we care for our land, our great river, and the other natural resources we have inherited.
In its ongoing journey, the Center aims to create a home for dialogue that fosters undertanding and peace among people who were in this area before Lewis and Clark, those who cam after, and those who continue to make their home in this region.
Informally, we also seek to provide our community with a welcoming place of learning, exploration and entertainment with a broadd range of programming offerings to improve Siouxland's quality of life.
Current Project: Entrance Sign Landscaping
The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center/Betty Strong Encounter Center has recently installed a new sign at our front entrance. In addition to more effectively reflecting our new branding, the sign allows us to better serve our guests by publicizing upcoming events and other topics of interest on a state-of-the-art LED screen.
The new sign is up and running, and judging from the comments of our guests and passersby on I-29, it is attracting new visitors. The only step remaining in fully integrating this amenity is to attractively landscape the area surrounding the sign. To accomplish this important final step, we are asking donors to contribute toward the cost of plants, landscaping materials and labor.