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IC Business Directory

Looking for interpretive support and suppliers? Find them in this list of IC member businesses, also searchable by category. Businesses can enlist and spread the word about their interpretation services and supplies for an annual fee of $50 plus membership. Click to submit your directory entry.
We deliver interpretive plans and projects. Our focus is on detailed understandings of your site’s mandates, features and visitors. Our objective is to deliver powerful, meaningful, accurate, learning experiences that fit the needs, interests and capabilities of target participants.
Bowen Island in Metro Vancouver, BC
Canada
Creative design and original illustrations at affordable prices for posters, brochures, displays, publications and more. Available for online assignments.
Services Provided: Exhibits, Other, Arts
Ottawa, ON
Canada
Phone: +1 647 262 0256
Grey Roots interpretation staff welcomes visitors to explore the Grey County with exhibits, special events and interactive programs throughout the year. Moreston Heritage Village, open in the summer months and for special events, helps visitors understand Grey County's story from pre-contact to the 1940s through costumed interpretation and demonstrations.
Services Provided: Member Sites
Owen Sound, ON
Canada
Our Blackfoot guides help visitors understand the significance of the ancient buffalo hunting culture. Learn how the Plains People used this Jump for more than 5,500 years and organized sophisticated communal buffalo hunts as a way to gather food for their survival. Peer over the world’s largest and best preserved buffalo jump and capture spectacular views of the Waterton Glacier International Peace Park.
Services Provided: Member Sites
Fort Macleod, AB
Canada
In this book's ten chapters, Sam makes the point that interpretation isn't magic (meaning it's not a collection of tricks and gimmicks that defy logical explanation). On the contrary, he treats interpretation as strategy - the purposeful design and delivery of communication that stands a better chance of making a difference on purpose with the kinds of audiences most interpreters encounter.
Services Provided: Education & Training, Research
University of Idaho
United States
The Interpretive Guides Association is a professional body representing interpretive guides working in Canada's mountain parks. We offer interpretive training courses, professional development and guide support services.
Services Provided: Education & Training
Banff, AB
Canada
iZone Imaging delivers world-renowned custom high pressure laminate (CHPL) sign solutions to parks and opens spaces around the globe. Our CHPL is manufactured in one location, start to finish, which means exceptional service, outstanding quality and fast delivery.
2526 Charter Oak Drive
Suite 100
Temple, TX 76502
United States
Phone: +1 888 464 9663
Interpretive Master Planning, Interpretive Training - College level interpretive courses through interpretation e-LIVE courses, Interpretive Writing and Visitor Studies/Research, Marketing Analysis and Visitor Base Development.
5010 Delray Dr.
Lansing, MI 48910
United States
Phone: +1 5178036605
With a theme-based approach to information and interpretation we develop integrated interpretive signage, exhibits, way-finding signage and visual identities for museums, info centres, provincial and national parks and historic sites. With over 17 years of experience combined with our interest in history and enthusiasm for the outdoors we create diverse, attractive, appropriate and contemporary solutions.
Services Provided: Exhibits, Interpretive Planning
Victoria, BC
Canada
Museum Education Monitor (MEM) is a monthly electronic e-newsletter in which I track and record research and resources in museum education worldwide. The aim of MEM is to help create a 'road map' to new and current learning in museum education. Its goal is to enhance the development of theory and practice in the field by both academics and museum workers.
Whitby, ON
Canada
Wetland Education programs offered to school and public.
 Award winning Interpretive Centre and birding hotspot.
 Walking tours, canoe excursions, specialty programming.
Services Provided: Member Sites
Stonewall, MB
Canada
A local and regional museum and archives in Oliver, BC.
Services Provided: Member Sites
Oliver, BC
Canada
Training adventure/nature/interpretive guides for the outdoor adventure tourism industry. Graduates are highly skilled in outdoor pursuits; interpretive planning and delivery as well as the business of adventure tourism. Guides are currently working in all sectors (both geographically and programmatically speaking) of the outdoor adventure tourism industry.
Services Provided: Education & Training
Pembroke, ON
Canada
Taking a visitor centered approach, we develop theme based interior and exterior interpretive signage and exhibits for natural and cultural heritage sites.
Services Provided: Exhibits, Interpretive Planning, Other
3 Caroline Street West Unit A
Creemore, ON L0M1G0
Canada
Phone: +1 705 888 0731
Ruthven Park is a National Historic Site owned and managed by the Lower Grand River Land Trust Inc. (a non-profit, non-government, charitable organization), which seeks to conserve, maintain and promote Ruthven Park’s rich cultural and natural heritage through research, interpretation and education for the enjoyment of present and future generations.
Services Provided: Member Sites
243 Haldimand HWY 54
PO Box 610
Cayuga, ON N0A1E0
Canada
Fax: +1 905 772 0561
S. Dangerfield Interpretive Planning is an award-winning company with 20 years experience in interpretation. Projects range from concept plans, interpretive centres, museum galleries, interpretive trails, to exhibits, signs, maps, brochures, curriculum guides, short films and more. We specialize in ideas, planning, research and writing.
Services Provided: Exhibits, Interpretive Planning, Arts
Box 117
Victoria Beach, MB R0E 2C0
Canada
Phone: +1 204 756 2129
Salt Frog provides writing and planning services in heritage interpretation and environmental education. Led by principal Liz Crocker, Salt Frog is located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Victoria, BC
Canada
Phone: +1 250 385 3485
Second Nature is dedicated to helping people reconnect with the world around them and helping destinations share what makes them special. We offer interpretive planning and design, training and experiential travel opportunities. With over 20 years interpretive, scientific and artistic experience, Second Nature can help you enhance visitor experience and share your story.
31 Lomond Blvd
Winnipeg, MB R2J 1Y1
Canada
Phone: +1 204 619 4119
The Surrey Nature Centre at Green Timbers helps you explore the natural and cultural heritage of Green Timbers Urban Forest. Learn about the birthplace of reforestation in BC and get to know the many people who together saved this treasure for future generations.
Services Provided: Member Sites
14255 96 Avenue
Surrey, BC V3V 7Z2
Canada
Phone: +1 604 502 6065
Fax: +1 604 588 6855
As Canada’s largest aquarium, the Vancouver Aquarium connects hundreds of thousands of aquarium visitors with the natural world. With over 70,000 animals and unique opportunities to come up close with some of the world’s most elusive creatures, every visit is an unforgettable one.
Services Provided: Member Sites
845 Avison Way
Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2
Canada
Phone: +1 604 659 3490
Illustration and graphic design service, specialising in nature interpretation. Winking Owl offers a range of visually engaging solutions, from concept to completion of pre-production artwork. Uses a combination of traditional and digital techniques to create versatile and eye-catching illustration.
Services Provided: Exhibits, Other, Arts
135 Beddis Road
Salt Spring, BC V6J2H6
Canada
Phone: +1 604 7378545

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