The installation of directional signs at Craigieburn has now been completed to give visitors a better understanding of how to navigate around the key visitor sites within the reserve. Eight directional markers were installed by Dunedin City Council’s Taskforce Green team under the supervision of Project Manager Paul Pope. While the earlier installed interpretative signage gave visitors a detailed understanding of the heritage, historical and ecological values of Craigieburn, directional signs were needed to link the on site maps and new tracks with the access linkage to Ross Creek. The Taskforce Green team under the leadership of Alex Griffin have proved an invaluable resource for the Craigieburn project through their willingness to undertake some tough tasks in often onerous conditions. Many thanks from the Craigieburn Reserve Committee and the Dunedin Amenities Society, love your work!