protecting, restoring and expanding
The Conservation Lands Foundation, based in Durango, Colorado, is a non-profit organization aimed at protecting, restoring and expanding the National Conservation Lands, America’s newest system of public lands. The National Conservation Lands were established in 2000 and today encompass more than 28 million acres of the most ecologically rich and culturally significant lands, coastlines, rivers and trails managed by the Bureau of Land Management. They are located primarily throughout the West and Alaska and stand in stature with our National Parks, Forests and Wildlife Refuges as our country’s treasured public lands.
L Studio began working with the Foundation in 2012 to develop communications materials to help further their mission to protect, restore and expand the National Conservation Lands through education, advocacy and partnerships.
Design of a 16-page publication articulating the mission of the Foundation, recent accomplishments and future goals, and the need for funding from the private sector.
timeline of public lands
Concept and research to create an evolutionary timeline and current snapshot of the allocation of public lands in America.
Extension of the new visual brand for the Foundation established in the Case Statement and print collateral to the design of the organization’s updated website.
Design of a new annual report format and financial summary, an overview brochure and invitations to private donor events.