EBMUD opened a headquarters building for the Orinda Watershed that housed staff responsible for managing the watershed. A+A developed public displays for school groups and the general public that told the story of the many activities that EBMUD staff rangers, scientists and archaeologists do to maintain the watershed. The tasks of each professional are listed on yellow pads mounted on clip boards, with adjacent tools and artifacts representing their work.

Illustrated interpretive panels educated local residents about what they can do to protect the watershed, from avoiding the use of toxics, to practicing responsible development adjacent to the reservoir.

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Hood Exhibits