Carolina Clear Green Stormwater Interpretive Signs

Clemson University (http://www.clemson.edu/public/carolinaclear/)
South Carolina

The Watershed Company developed four interpretive signs to be distributed across South Carolina to educate the public about green stormwater techniques for Clemson University's Carolina Clear campaign. Three large signs addressed rain gardens, wildlife habitat, and stormwater ponds, incorporating custom illustrations and artwork already owned by the client to save costs. A smaller, vertical sign explained the importance of stormwater drainage ditches to downstream water quality. A sinuous digital illustration of a beautyberry branch united the signs visually.

digital illustration of a rain garden

Rain garden illustration with native plants and wildlife

Rain garden interpretive sign

This interpretive sign explains rain garden function and value to the public

wildlife interpretive sign

An interpretive sign explains the value of rain gardens as wildlife habitat

stormwater pond interpretive sign

We used the client's existing illustration to reduce costs.

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