Frey Creative Media specializes in simple, custom-illustrated, highly-recognizable vector logos and logo variations that serve individuals, companies, and organizations. We first worked closely with the Department of Natural Resources Management at Texas Tech create a custom departmental logo. With the main departmental logo in place, six additional coordinating logos were needed to cohesively represent all respective degree paths. Conservation Law Enforcement is the final logo in the series of six. For owner Rita Frey, an alumna of the NRM department, the project carries a special significance.
Unlike the other five TTU NRM degree paths, the Conservation Law Enforcement degree path is specifically designed with Texas Parks and Wildlife to create competitive applicants for their game warden academy. In 1996, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) started requiring that incoming Conservation Law Enforcement Officers have a 4-year degree and indicated that they preferred new recruits that have a wildlife background. For students wishing to become game wardens, no other program in the state of Texas offers a bachelor's degree in Conservation Law Enforcement or any similar discipline. The 2+2 degree was created to provide students with the necessary natural history and wildlife management skills required for Conservation Law Enforcement Officers.
Logo artwork for Conservation Law Enforcement depicts an officer carefully observing their vast natural surroundings. Game Wardens protect natural resources, educate the public, and help preserve wildlife and wild places for generations to come.