Benton Soil and Water Conservation District
Layers of earth reveal Oregon's state soil called jory, which is a clay-like consistency and burnt orange in color. The logo is inspired by this earth surrounded by the blue current of local rivers. A human footprint reminds us to be aware of the impact we have on the planet.
Since the District emphasizes the importance of protecting Oregon's plants, we chose to highlight the staff's favorite plants and their habitats. Each business card displays a native plant or animal silhouette.