The 14 watershed-level entities comprising Washington State’s Regional Fisheries Enhancement Group Coaliton (RFEGC), have selected Matterhorn to lead them in a rebranding effort; as well as to design the organization’s 2015 Annual Report. We’re thrilled to help the RFEGC rethink the way it represents itself to its diverse audiences and stakeholders.
The Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups are a statewide network of non-profit, community based, salmon enhancement organizations. Created by the Washington State Legislature in 1990, the RFEG program involves citizen volunteers and landowners in the state’s salmon recovery efforts. The long term vision of the RFEG program is that Washington State communities actively care for and become stewards of abundant salmon populations for future generations.
The RFEGs create dynamic partnerships with local, state and federal agencies; Native American Tribes; local businesses; and landowners. Through these collaborative efforts, RFEGs help lead their communities in successful restoration, education and monitoring projects.
Each RFEG works within a specific geographic region based on watershed boundaries. Every group is a separate, private nonprofit organization led by their own board of directors and supported by their members.