We’d like to introduce our new logo, an image that is an expression of our core values.
[wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]Hands: The mission of the WCFP includes the passing, from one generation to the next, the responsible stewardship of our lands
Mountains: The iconic Greyback mountain range, a view that is familiar to our entire community. The snow-capped “Seven” distinguishes the Sugarloaf foothills.
Trees: The forest represented is a mixed-age stand. These trees do not stand uniformly but grow dynamically together, symbolic of the forest ecosystem that we promote. These trees shelter prime habitat for important animal species, and they also provide social and economic beneﬁts to our community.[/wpcol_1half] [wpcol_1half_end id=”” class=”” style=””]Pine Cone: The cone of the Douglas Fir is literally the seed of one of our most recognizable and numerous tree species. Also our State Tree, the Douglas Fir represents regeneration and vigorous growth.
Valley Floor: The golden valley ﬂoor is where much of our population resides. Sheltered by the mountains and forests, we enjoy a beautiful and plentiful landscape. Meandering through the valley are the East and West forks of the Williams Creek, which join and ﬂow together. These clean waterways are fed from small streams and gulches, sheltered by the mountain forests.
Oval: The oval shape is signiﬁcant in that it represents a full circle, joining the past,
present, and future. This oval encompasses our entire valley, and the landscape supports both our human community and the creatures that reside here. Our survival depends on this holistic interconnectedness.[/wpcol_1half_end]