Brandywine Red Clay Alliance was formed in 2015 when two watershed conservation organizations merged. Based on a 318-acre conservation center in West Chester, they work to preserve and repair the local watershed, engage volunteers in conservation programs, and educate future environmental stewards through classroom programs and a summer nature camp.
Maskar Design worked with Steege Thomson Communications to develop a logo for the newly renamed organization and then went on to build a customized WordPress website for the organization.
The homepage promotesBrandywine Red Clay Alliance’s upcoming events and recent news and includes rotating seasonal photos from the watershed and a carousel of instagram images taken by visitors to the center.
We also updated the visitor trail map to coordinate with the new identity, creating a new logo for the Myrick Conservation Center.
and created new brochures to promote the Alliance.