Visual landscape management and visual rehabilitation is a forest management challenge in visually sensitive areas. The area surrounding the shores of Adams Lake in British Columbias southern interior is one of these areas, and this project has tackled that area around Taylor Creek. Bordering the heavily used Adams Lake just north of Chase, B.C., the vast majority of the visual design unit is visible from the lake. This Integrated Visual Design1 project was conducted to assist in the location and design of harvesting that will rehabilitate the visual effects of previous harvesting, while considering other resource values or objectives associated with wildlife, lakeshore management, operability, timber supply, etc. This report and accompanying maps represent the results of this project.