Frina Design worked with the St. Augustine Ponte Vedra Beaches Convention & Visitor Bureau and the staff of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve on the content development and design of the new interpretive signage, located on the high dune overlook in Ponte Vedra, Florida. The signage marks the location of the nautical notation made by Ponce de Leon’s crew on April 1, 1513. Bilingual interpretation (English and Spanish) highlights historic events, scientific instruments of the period and the need to preserve this site not only as a habitat that Ponce de Leon saw himself, but as a natural resource that provides protection for Florida’s endangered coastal flora and fauna.
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Not only is the signage really really terrific looking, you were a pleasure to work with...I felt like I was working with a friend as much as a contractor.
— Rick Hensler,