Benton SWCD Rebrand

This is a rebrand of the Benton Soil and Water Conservation District in collaboration with Mattea Godsey. The District is a resource for the county residents to learn about invasive and native plants, soil and water quality, and protecting Oregon's various natural habitats.

This is a rebrand of the Benton Soil and Water Conservation District in collaboration with Mattea Godsey. The District is a resource for the county residents to learn about invasive and native plants, soil and water quality, and protecting Oregon's various natural habitats. 

The logo was inspired by the layers of earth as one digs down. Oregon's state soil, called Jory, is a clay-like consistency and is a lovely burnt orange in color. The logo was also inspired by river rocks surrounded by the gentle current of our local rivers. The rocks are in the shape of a human footprint to represent the District's presence.

Since the District emphasizes the importance of protecting Oregon's native plants, we chose to highlight some of the staff's favorite plants and thier habitats. The grey shape along the base of the card is Mary's Peak, the highest point on the coastal range. 
 

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