Category Archives: Park Projects

Facelift

If you’ve cruised by the park in the last month, you might have noticed that the Friends of the Dredge Interpretive store has been undergoing a small transformation.  The building, originally built to be a temporary store/museum until funding was … Continue reading

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MOAR INFO!!!

If you enjoyed the new interpretive panels in the Friends of the Dredge Store, you’ll be interested to know that the trail around the dredge now has four new panels which describe the functions of the dredge, how the dredge … Continue reading

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Interpretation Room Redux!

We have a whole new Interpretive Room! All the Rangers have been hard at work on several projects to spruce up the Interpretative Room in the Friends of the Dredge Store: so pay us a visit and check out our … Continue reading

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Information Overload!

If you liked the new information panels along the trail around the Dredge, head on in to the Interpretative Room in the Friends of the Dredge Store! New panel project, worked on by Ranger Randi! There you will find: four … Continue reading

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One Down, Three to Go!

This week the Dredge facelift was completed: just in time for the Dredge Workers Reunion tomorrow! Now that the dredge has been restored to it’s original whitewash front, it will be better protected from the elements and will remain historically … Continue reading

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The Dredge Gets a Facelift!

Once a dredge gets to a certain age it is time for a facelift, I hope to look as good when I’m 77! Boards on the face of the dredge which have been ruined by moisture are being removed. They … Continue reading

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