Coastal Conservancy Logos
The Coastal Conservancy’s logo can be downloaded in AI, JPEG or PNG below. For additional vector files, other colorways, or alternative lockups, please talk to your grant manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Coastal Conservancy Logo comes in three lockups for use in different formats and contexts. The Centered logo (below) should be used whenever the logo is aligned to the center of an object such as a printed page or the front of a shirt. The Stacked logo and Banner logo should be used only when vertical space is limited.
All of the logo lockups are available in three colors. The logo should be rendered in Pacific Blue (Pantone: 7705C, CMYK: C=90 M=40 Y=25 K=0, RGB: R=0 G=127 B=164) whenever possible. For black and white reproductions of the logo with light colored backgrounds, Black versions of the logos are available. White versions of the logos are also available for knocking the logo out of a solid field of color, an image, etc. It is not recommended to set the logo in any other color.
A high-res AI version of the logo can be downloaded here:
Below are good examples of how to use the SCC logo in signage, and how to acknowledge Conservancy funding without using the logo.
- 3/19/20 Webinar: Greening without GentrificationPlease join us for a webinar on Thursday, March 19 2020 from 12-1pm. There is growing concern that conservation projects—from parks and open space to urban forestry and ecological reserves—can contribute to “green gentrification,” increases in housing prices and the influx of new, wealthier residents in low-income communities. Policymakers, planners, advocates for parks, conservation, and […] (Read more on 3/19/20 Webinar: Greening...)
- Proposition 1 North Coast Proposal Solicitation, due April 1Proposition 1 grants fund multi-benefit ecosystem and watershed protection and restoration projects. The Conservancy adopted its Proposition 1 Grant Program Guidelines in September 2016. Priority project types include: water sustainability improvements, anadromous fish habitat enhancement, wetland restoration and urban greening. For more details on the Coastal Conservancy’s priorities, please review our Strategic Plan. We are currently soliciting projects that restore wetlands and/or […] (Read more on Proposition 1 North...)
- Press Release: Coastal Conservancy Awards $7.8 Million for Coastal Restoration, Overnight AccommodationBoard approves first Explore the Coast Overnight Grant Oakland, CA – Last week, the Board of the California State Coastal Conservancy awarded $7.8 million to 13 projects to protect and restore the California coast and San Francisco Bay, and increase public access to these natural resources. Among these grants was $2 million to the Crystal […] (Read more on Press Release: Coastal...)