Interpretive signs are a missing steppingstone in the efforts to involve the Hispanic/Latinx community in conservation efforts and involve the community in our missions. This case study workshop will include the original plan, the budget, deviations from the original plan, but most importantly why bilingual interpretive signs are important. Including, how to identify if a language barrier exists on your public lands. This bilingual sign project included four different roles from start to finish. These roles come into play at different stages of the project, and it is critical that each person has a clear role and timeline. I will be transparent about our lessons learned and provide solutions for the steps that we would have performed differently.