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Utrechts Landschap

A long-lasting client relationship

Together with almost 22.000 patrons and supporters, Utrechts Landschap protects and preserves the expansive Utrecht countryside. They own 5000 hectares of nature reserves and run windmills, castles, and an old brick factory.

We have supported Utrechts Landschap since 2012 with various means of communication, all created to reach potential and current supporters and volunteers. We developed the magazine and website, but also the logo and forest construction signs. We may live in cities, but at Roquefort we love going out in nature and are happy to support and promote this cause.

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Member Magazine

We developed the basic design for the magazine, and create a new edition each season filled with articles showcasing the beautiful Utrecht countryside.

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Experience Utrechts Landschap at home

Thanks to the new website we developed, you can start to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Utrecht landscape before you even step out the door. For the homepage, we chose big, impressive images and a flexible grid.

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On the website, you can find routes and trails and stay up to date about the latest activities and relevant news.

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Communication

We design campaigns, brochures, and promotional material

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What Utrechts Landschap thinks

“I’ve been working with Roquefort since 2012. Laura and Bianca always listen to their clients, help us develop our ideas, and provide good concepts and designs. It’s a very pleasant collaboration. They’re flexible, fast, and provide high-quality work. It’s a pleasure each quarter to have them design the magazine!”

Kim Slaats, PR Utrechts Landschap

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