Many older interpretations might have had a very 19th century, it didn't exist or it wasn't fully understood "until we arrived", tone to it. Or it might have only the geological information, which is really cool, but doesn't always tell the whole story of a place.
Instead there was a section of the park that had a series of interpretive signs, some with texts more focused on people or geology or geography. Or the interaction among all three.
And there were graphics like this which gave a face to a community that thrived and then diminished. It undid assumptions of who had been a part of history and who had helped to build the state. Like many fine educational elements it gave me information and left me wanting to learn more .
Image - Shoshone Falls Interpretive kiosk - after