For the past number of years, visitors to the Lawson Site will have noted an ongoing state of deterioration. Over the years, weather, animals, and time have not been kind to the interpretive signs, gardens, and buildings. The process of remediating the site and developing an ongoing management plan are now underway, and over the next few years visitors will start to see ongoing improvements.
One of the first big changes at the Lawson Site was the removal of the small reconstructed longhouse adjacent to the forest. Originally built in 2002, the small longhouse helped illustrated the variation in house sizes at the Lawson Site, but was closed to the public about 5 years ago when it became unsafe Read more