Interpretive Panels for Stream Restoration Project

Client: Western Shasta Resource Conservation District, California

I designed and illustrated nine 2 x 3-foot interpretive panels that tell the story of the successful river restoration efforts that enabled a return of Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Trout to the watershed. They are located on Clear Creek, a major tributary to the upper Sacramento River in northern California.
I also assisted in writing the interpretive text, worked with subcontracted photographers to choose the best photographs possible and oversaw the production and printing of the panels.

One of nine 2x3 foot panels

Life cycle panel


Salmon and Trout Panel

Salmonid comparison panel

Gallery of All Nine Panels



A movie about the stream restoration project that was highlighted by my interpretive panel project

From Devastation to Restoration – The Rebirth of Lower Clear Creek