NIACS has helped incorporate climate change into 10 signs created by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry, for an interpretive trail. In a project supported by the Forest Service Northern Research Station and Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry, the signs include QR codes linking to the Climate Change Tree Atlas and information about the Honor Camp trail adaptation demonstration. The signs highlight climate vulnerability and adaptation actions around a variety of management topics, including Best Management Practices, fall colors, forest succession, forest fire, hemlock forest, invasive species, shelterwood treatment, thinning treatment, and tree planting. Download the pdf for full sign text

Collage of 10 signs on Honor Camp Trail
The Honor Camp trail is approximately 1.6 miles long and interspersed with interpretive signs on various managment topics.