Interpretation connects people with place to promote a greater appreciation of a shared heritage as well as to promote the stewardship of resources. Online and gallery exhibits, interpretive panels, public programs, and audio and video presentations can illuminate relationships between the visitor and special places. Guerra & McBane uses oral histories and archival research, often collecting from personal archives, as the basis of unique interpretive projects. From original documents and artifacts, digital audio and video recordings, oral history transcripts, scanned photographs and documents, Guerra & McBane creates public programs, video or audio productions, multimedia presentations, and interpretive publications such as brochures, tour guides, and web or site-based exhibits and displays.