In 2015 discussions began with The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY, (the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks) about creating a long-term or permanent iForest in woodland that was not at that time open to the public.

The film below documents the process of creating a work for 72 individually recorded voices singing in the indigenous language of the area, Mohawk, with their voices distributed across woodland via 24 independent speakers creating a unique audio experience where the listener literally walks through music that moves all around them: