Within the Landscape Change Program is a subset of over 30,000 photographs taken before, during, and after interstate construction in Vermont (like the one shown below). These images weave a compelling narrative of landscape change brought about by interstate construction. The images show the scale of physical landscape change, the excitement of opening an exit, and the devastation that can come with losing one’s home to make way for the highway.
As part of our outreach efforts, we have crafted the interstate photos into 20 stand-alone informative banner that will appeal to a diverse audience by including facts, quotes, and waving a narrative within each. The banners will be available to exhibit across Vermont this summer (2013). If you’d like to see the banners at a library, museum, rest area, or anywhere else near you, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.