About Us | History of logo
The LHCCC logo was professionally created by founders Patrick Donnelly and Geoff Peach on the back of a napkin at Tim Hortons, Woodlawn Road West, Guelph, ON in 1998. After, they washed out the coffee stains and the Apple Fritter crumbs, the finished product was a meaningful logo that represents the core focus of the Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation's goals and values.
4 Colours, 4 Coastal Characteristics, 4 Focus Areas
1. Climate Change
2. Water Quality
3. Coastal Processes
Yellow Sun - Signifying the important role the sun's energy has, especially regarding climate change.
Blue Water - Representing the importance of water
Brown Beach - Suggesting coastal processes like erosion and sand dunes.
Green Vegetation - Referring to the biodiversity of life along the shoreline.