February 2nd, 2016
Dyck Arboretum of the Plains is dedicated to promoting conservation and appreciation of nature through education and stewardship. The Arboretum, which began in 1981, has one of the largest native plant gardens in the region featuring more than 1,000 varieties of native and adaptable trees, shrubs, wildflowers, and grasses.
Flint Hills Design worked with Dyck Arboretum to design custom outdoor signs that are displayed throughout the grounds for visitors to learn more about the various gardens, plants, and ecosystems.
The signage features photo-etched aluminum graphics for long-lasting display in an outdoor setting. The powder-coated steel bases are available in various sizes in single and double-leg units. They can also be made in unique shapes or using round or square stock instead of rectangular as shown.
FHD can install the signage, or provide instruction for staff or a local contractor to complete the work.