Informational signs on Indigenous culture coming to Sandy Beach


This map shows the proposed location of the Hutli Project area where the four signs will be installed.

Four interpretive signs detailing the cultural and natural history of Sandy Beach are set to be installed at the park within the next year.

The signs will describe four themes of Indigenous people's presence at Sandy beach-arrival, fish traps, petroglyphs, and shell midden.

"It's a dream," PIA Tribal Council Member Brenda Norheim said.

"Something that we have been talking about least the last 10 years of being able to have more of a presence in our community overall and with telling the story of our Indigenous people in the area, past, present, and into the future."

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