Every Drop Counts: Native Plants

Every Drop Counts Signs

Every Drop Counts
PVC Signs

As the drought persists in California, everyone is trying to do their part to conserve water, including park agencies like the Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority. These signs are bilingual and meant to be placed around MRCA owned and managed parks to help demonstrate what the agency is doing to save water and how park users can do the same at home. I wrote the text, designed the artwork, logo, and template, and worked with a translator.

Client: Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority (MRCA)
The MRCA is a local joint powers park agency that owns and operates over 70,000 acres of open space in the Los Angeles area. Two areas of focus for the agency has been on equal access to parks, from transportation issues to awareness, as well as improving water quality. One way to create an inclusive park environment has been to provide bilingual media (websites, flyers, social media, signs, and waysides) about parks to better serve the large portion of Angelenos that speak languages other than English.