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  1. 1. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics identity package: fundraiser JOY This ensemble features a This Seattle-based fundraiser for an Asian sage green foundation light elder care paper with A Night apolo brightutilized the star power printing and overlays. © of Apolo Ohno. The invitation includes with a “jewel” affixed between SeATTle Skyline phOTOgrAph seattle • april 19, 2008 by michAel crAfT michAelcrAfTphOTOgrAphy.cOm the bride and groom’s names as well as a detachable RSVP card. The programs and bridal shower home event overview event details apolo nikkei concerns marketing sponsorship contact us invitations coordinate for a cohesive look. “A Night with Apolo” is a red carpet When: Saturday, April 19, 2008 benefit gala hosted by Olympic Gold Medalist, Apolo 5:00pm – 11:00pm Anton Ohno. Proceeds benefit internationally-known Where: Nikkei Concerns, a non-profit organization comprised Sheraton Seattle Hotel of several senior care facilities and programs for elderly 6th Ave - Seattle, WA Japanese and Asian Americans to age successfully. A Night with Apolo is an exciting avenue for companies to expose their brand/products to a very affluent audience and key figures in the area while benefiting an integral part of the community. Website Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride of choice) illustration was added to the back of the program. Sponsor kit folder [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.
  2. 2. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics identity package: baby/toddler meals JOY Thisnew missoula-based A ensemble features a homemade baby/toddler food light sage green paper with company; the custom logo bright printing and overlays. illustration was inspired by The invitation includes the owner’s young son. a “jewel” affixed between the bride andilluSTrATiOn by groom’s names hAdley ferguSOn www.hAdleyferguSOn.cOm as well as a detachable RSVP card. The programs and bridal shower invitations coordinate for a cohesive look. Website Option 2, front Option 2, back • Baby and toddler food delivered to your home • Fresh, seasonal, all-natural ingredients • Birthday and special-occasion cakes for babies and toddlers 2, front Option 2, back Leslie Collins-Rose | 406.360.5705 W W W . B A B Y C A K E S C H E F. C O M • Baby and toddler food delivered to your home Business card • Fresh, seasonal, all-natural ingredients • Birthday and special-occasion cakes for babies and toddlers Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride Leslie Collins-Rose was added to the of choice) illustration | 406.360.5705 back of the program. W W W . B A B Y C A K E S C H E F. C O M [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.
  3. 3. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics identity: logos JOY This ensemble features a light sage green paper with bright printing and overlays. The invitation includes a “jewel” affixed between the bride and groom’s names as well as a detachable RSVP card. The programs and bridal shower invitations coordinate for a cohesive look. Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride of choice) illustration was added to the back of the program. [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.
  4. 4. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics publication: Magazine JOY DOG Tr u st Fu n d P o o c h e s This This quarterly, full- ensemble features a color, 50+ page, start-up light sage green paper with Why We Love Old Dogs (And You Thought You magazine includes fun dog bright printing and overlays. Were the Only One!) DOG Does Your Dog Need photography and light- The invitation includes a Supplement? C a n B i g D o g s B e D i va s? Ritzy Dog: hearted articles about dog a “jewel” affixed between A Fur-filled Stay at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort life in southwest florida. the bride and groom’s names Flip, Bark, and Jump with Terriers Pet Lovers Ball As creativeas a detachable as well director, Amy Choose Your Dress, Donate Auction Items, and Save a Pet’s Life! createdcard. The magazine RSVP the logo, programs Dogs on Local Show Dogs Boats Famous Dogs in Our Own Backyard look-and-feel, media kit, and and bridal shower Yummy Dog website, in addition to the Bakeries invitations coordinate Discover Delicious Treats www.naplesdog.com to Bite Into ongoing for a cohesiveentire layout of the look. Pugs and Poodles Wonderful Photos magazine and the design of $6.99 US of Amazing Dogs approximately 80% of the Covers publication’s advertisements. A Fusion of Art, Fashion, www.naplesdog.com and Dogs $6.99 US Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride of choice) illustration was added to the back of the program. Spread [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.
  5. 5. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics publication: newsletter JOY ThisThis 20- tofeatures a ensemble 36-page, quarterly newsletter was light sage green paper with VOLUME 10 —ISSUE 3 SUMMER 2007 Habitat Council Surprised With inside... Conservation Easement Ceremony bright printing and the many created for overlays. By Julie Cowan VO LUM E 9—I SSUE 1 J. Dart Farewell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 W I NTER 200 6 Double H High Adventure Base MISSOULA, Mont.—Weather was perfect for them later in the tour, but didn’t know what until High Desert Canyons, Granite Spires, 2006 Mission Highlights . . . . . . . 4–7 the 2007 Habitat Council meeting in Missoula June 22 and 23. The company wasn’t half bad either. they ended at a hilltop property owned by fellow Habitat Council members Rick and Penney Oncken, inside... and All the Guts a 14-Year-Old Can Muster Stewardship Contracting New Revenue Source for RMEF. . . . . . . . 8 About 50 Habitat Council members converged on the new headquarters in Missoula for the overlooking the Bitterroot River and Missoula Valley. Then a very powerful pen came out. And that volunteers of rocky The invitation includes Working for Wildlife Drawing . . . . 3 By Paul Queneau, Bugle Assistant Editor council’s annual summer meeting. The Elk little bit of ink protected a lot of land with a few Conservation Education Foundation staff always schedules a project tour for magical strokes. New Field Structure . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Program Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–11 the summer council meetings, which this year ended For this group to witness the signing of a Don’t Miss the 2006 All-Volunteer in a mission accomplishment surprise. 500-acre conservation easement amid dots of elk Raffle! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Legacy Partner Program Takes Off; First stop on the tour was a recent acquisition, droppings, ponderosa pines, open meadows and a Membership Numbers, TCA, Million Other News From State & the 3,500-acre Maclay ranch south of Missoula, view of Montana’s magnificent Mission Mountains Dollar Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Regional Chair Meeting. . . . . . .12–13 followed by a drive through an adjacent ranch on a sun-drenched day, well, it just doesn’t get much mountain elk foundation. a “jewel” affixed between the Elk Foundation is also hoping to protect. The properties host a rare, uninterrupted migration corridor for elk traveling between the Bitterroot and better than that. The Onckens have supported the Elk Foundation’s mission on many levels and were Sapphire mountain ranges. thrilled to be able to help the organization as CANADA |8 DIVISION 3 (WEST) | 14–16 The group then traveled south for lunch and a conservation easement donors. Rick is a current RMEF Canada Closes tour of the historic 50-room Daly Mansion, the board member. He and Penney are Habitat Partners, ReZoominí in Yuma Office; Suspends Banquets 1880’s-era summer home of copper baron and were lead contributors to both the new headquarters the bride and groom’s names for 2006 Life Member #15 millionaire Marcus Daly. Council members knew building campaign and the Elk Foundation’s Doug Nelson Lives on the staff was planning some sort of surprise for continued on page 17 Thomas M. Jones with New Generation SOUTHWEST REGION | 10 Tucson Chapter is B-a-a-c-k DATIL, N.M.—Donning little more than a backpack, a GPS and a good pair of boots, thousands of youths With a $72K Barnburner from across the country are going on an adventure at the Torstenson Family Wildlife Center (TFWC) that may as well as a detachable well stick with them for a lifetime, thanks to an extraordinary partnership between the Boy Scouts 2 (CENTRAL) DIVISION of America | 18–21 (BSA) and the Elk Foundation. First Ever Nebraska And now negotiations are underway to give Elk Foundation volunteers and their family members the Brings Statewide Elk Tag opportunity to take in this awesome high-adventure experience for themselves. in $16K-Plus NORTHEAST REGION | 12 Dubbed the Double H High Adventure Base, the Scouts’ program sends participants on a seven-day trek Remembering What? Cut a Gun From the hiking off-trail across the Elk Foundation’s 100,000-acre New Mexico ranch, the Torstenson Family Wildlife Carlton Witter General Raffle? Center. A staff guide leads crews of 7 to 10 scouts, teaching them map, compass and Global Positioning System RSVP card. The programs (GPS) skills, geocaching, black powder shooting, archery, astronomy, wilderness medicine and “leave no trace” camping. Crews also learn about the North American model of hunting and game management and become proficient in identifying plants and animals present on the ranch. Nearly 2,000 teens and adult scout leaders have completed the High Adventure Base program at the TFWC NORTHWEST REGION | 14 over the past two summers. “Things are going great,” says Mark Anderson, who oversees the program(EAST) DIVISION 1 for the | 24–26 Go Antlerman! Volunteer BSA. He is program director at the Philmont Scout Ranch in northern New Mexico. The BSA considers at the Runs NYC Marathon in Everyoneí s an Elk the Double H High Adventure Base an extension of the Philmont Scout Ranch, which isPennsylvania Elkat similar in size Expo and bridal shower Elk Costume 137,493 acres but hosts upwards of 20,000 scouts each summer and has a waiting list of 30,000. Most scouts Julie Cowan at Philmont do a 10-day backpacking trek along its network of trails that connect multiple staffed campsStokely We Know What and food resupply outposts. Since adventures at the Double H are off-trail and the ranch has only oneStooded camp Roberts staff For and food resupply, it is considered a more strenuous lesson in survival and a more demanding adventure than SOUTHEAST REGION | 16 Philmont. Find us online at www.rmef.org/wapiti SUMMER 2007 : wapiti 1 South Carolina’s New Low While at the Double H base, each crew completes a three-hour habitat enhancement project to benefit the Country Chapter Spreads TFWC. Over the past two years this has translated into thousands of man-hours of free labor on the ranch. In invitations coordinate RMEF Word Through the largest habitat project to date, Boy Scouts built 200 rock bars along a dry drainage on the ranch to capture Hunting continued on page 6 Find us online at www.rmef.org/wapiti WINTER 2006 : wapiti 1 for a cohesive look. Covers Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride of choice) illustration was added to the back of the program. [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.
  6. 6. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics PRINT: annual report JOY This full-color,features a ensemble 24-page, light sage rockypaper with green mountain elk foundation bright printing and overlays. Annual report The invitation includes a “jewel” affixed between the bride and groom’s names as well as a detachable RSVP card. The programs and bridal shower invitations coordinate for a cohesive look. Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride of choice) illustration was added to the back of the program. [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.
  7. 7. l o g o s • w e b • p r i n t c ol l at e r a l • a d v e rt i s i n g custom invitations & announcements • Trade show & e xhibit graphics PRINT: forest fact book JOY Oregon’s Forest Resource This full-color,features a ensemble 24-page, The Oregon Forest Book: for-est (fôr’ist) n. A dense growth of Ecology, Economy and Society Forests cover almost half Sustainability book designed to educate light sage green paper with of all Oregon trees, plants and land. The first thing you may notice about a forest is that underbrush covering a it is dominated by trees. But a forest is really a complex Ecological, social and econ ecosystem that consists of many interacting communities Oregon’s citizens. Using ou large area. Historically of living organisms. These include: these important benefits far used as a term in interdependent relationship and give middle school-aged bright printing and overlays. • trees • fungi England to define a the need for balance among • shrubs • insects royal hunting ground. • vines • mammals Ecological Value The forest floor • grasses • birds from the simplest worm to th • reptiles and prevent erosion. The ro • herbaceous forest temperature and mois children Theinterest in pursuing an invitation includes (non-woody) plants • amphibians greenhouse gas), produce o • mosses • microorganisms all important ecological func • algae • worms Social Value Forests provide pl These interact with one another and with to relax, rejuvenate and hav the non-living part of their environment thousands of Oregonians vi a a “jewel” affixed between forestry career. includes a - including the soil, water and minerals - to make up what we recognize as a forest. hiking, camping, hunting, fi wildlife. Another reason fore Forest ecosystems benefit more than the to society is that they provid plants and animals that call them home. products that we use on a d Forests offer people recreation opportunities, as housing, furniture, newsp custom full-spread illustration the bride and groom’s names wildlife viewing and scenic buffers between cardboard. Forest * Oregon Department of Forestry human developments. Forests are economic Economic Value Oregon harves Non-forest engines for neighboring communities, providing (cone-bearing evergreens) th * Excluding juniper woodlands and urban forests commercial products, jobs and tax support for local state, and is the leading pro governments and community services. lumber in the nation. More and multiple icons, detachable as well as a charts and people in Oregon earn a liv directly with the state’s fores Urban (1%) sector provides about 4 per Land Uses in Oregon in the state. Forestry is espe Water/Other (4%) Forests to rural economies, with ove FORESTS: dominated by tree canopy (45%) (45%) of forestry-related jobs locat graphs to organize information. RSVP card. The programs RANGE: grassy open lands used for animal grazing (33%) AGRICULTURE: farmlands (10%) Rural (7%) communities outside of the P metropolitan area. RURAL: semi-developed landscapes (7%) Range WATER/OTHER: lakes and rivers (4%) Agriculture (10%) (33%) and bridal shower URBAN: houses, streets and buildings (1%) Data from natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA) 4 • Oregon Forest Book | OREGOn FOREST RESOURCES InSTITUTE invitations coordinate Oregon’s Landmark Forest Laws for a cohesive look. The Oregon Forest Practices Act, passed in 1971, outlines management practices that foresters must consider when planning timber harvests on state or private lands. Federal agencies, while not required to follow Oregon law, usually meet or exceed these requirements. Regulation of Roads - Road building is Scientific research is used to update forest regulations and strictly regulated to protect water quality practices as needed. Some of the requirements stipulated and reduce the chance of erosion. by the Forest Practices Act are: Reforestation - Clearcuts must be replanted with thriving trees within two years of harvest. Scenic Buffers - Buffers are left to protect visual quality on designated scenic highways. Limit on Clearcuts - Clearcut size is limited. Protection of Wildlife Habitat - Live trees, snags, and downed wood are left after harvest as wildlife habitat. Nesting areas of sensitive wildlife species are protected from disturbance. Thanks to Oregon’s Forest Practices Act, other environmental protection laws and a variety of management objectives, there is a mosaic of Protection of Water Resources - diverse forest stands across the Stream, lake and wetland buffers state. Oregon currently harvests are required to protect water quality about 4 billion “board feet” of and fish habitat. timber per year, enough to build about 266,000 three-bedroom homes. This harvest amount is Oregon Grows More Timber Than it Cuts less than half the total growth Growth and Mortality on Oregon Timberland,* 1990-2004 in forest timber each year. Program, bound with sheer ribbon For a fun touch, a Jeep (the groom’s ride WESTERN OREGON EASTERN OREGON TOTAL 12” In the Field of choice) illustration was added2,275 the10,294 Total Growth (growth in live trees) 8,019 to 1” 12” Timber harvests “Riparian” refers to the area on or near the banks of a river or other body of water. When looking at a landscape from above, Death (due to fire, program. -3,175 back of the insects or age) -1,139 -723 -872 -3,898 -2,011 the riparian zone often looks like a bright green ribbon of bushes and broadleaf trees running along both sides of a river or Net Growth 3,705 681 4,385 One Board Foot stream. Next time you are near a river, see if you can find the “green ribbon” of riparian area! * Rounded numbers in millions of board feet. Source: USDA Forest Service, Pacific northwest Research Station; BLM, Oregon State Office; E.D. Hovee & Company 12 • Oregon Forest Book | OREGOn FOREST RESOURCES InSTITUTE OREGOn FOREST RESOURCES InSTITUTE | Oregon Forest Book • 13 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com info@afgraphicdesign.com 1815 Hollis Street Missoula, Montana 59801 [p] 406.531.2818 [f] 772.382.2469 www.afgraphicdesign.com amy@afgraphicdesign.com ©2009 Amy Farrell: These original designs are the sole property of Amy Farrell. Any usage or reproduction without permission is prohibited.

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