GreenWorks led a team in the planning and design of six interpretive waysides along the Wilson River in the Tillamook State Forest. These sites help visitors discover the legacy of the Tillamook Burn and envision the future of the forest. GreenWorks was responsible for programming, site planning, detailed design and construction observation. Design elements include curved stone walls designed to complement historic stonework in the corridor, native plantings, an interpretive shelter/kiosk with orientation panels, and vehicular and pedestrian pavings. GreenWorks served as prime consultant, coordinating traffic engineering and civil engineering subconsultants.