Founded in 1661, Mamaroneck, N.Y., is a small town that has a strong allegiance to the land. After a ten-year effort to control storm-water discharge into the Long Island Sound, the planting of native riparian vegetation on over 10 miles of banks along streams, and the halting of a housing development in a massive open space, Meeker & Associates was asked to translate each of these achievements into a graphic. The result was a branding and town-signing program based three stencil-cut medallions that symbolized these achievements. They have been used for signs and awards that affirm the town’s commitment to environmental stewardship.

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