The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail shares the many stories of the explorers’ exploits and observations in the Omaha/Council Bluffs area. The Trail stretches 40 miles along the Missouri River, in Iowa and Nebraska. There are 16 interpretive destinations along the trail, which include wayside exhibits and three-dimensional artwork to interpret the Expedition’s stories.
Services included preparing grant requests, developing an interpretive master plan, designing plazas, coordinating design of the icon sculptures, designing the artwall structure that displays the three-dimensional artwork, designing 13 wayfinding exhibits, 32 wayside exhibits, recording six programs for audio exhibits, sponsoring a 10-state competition to solicit artwork from teachers for the artwall, and designing 10 interpretive panels for the Children’s Lewis & Clark Artwall. The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Trail received several awards including the Arts and Trails Award from American Trails.