Free Webinar: How can maps help you? Utilizing Interactive Maps to Prioritize Recreation and Conservation

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Join us on Tuesday, September 20th to learn how to utilize interactive mapping tools like GIS and Google Earth to prioritize recreation and conservation initiatives along your river. Laila Johnston of American Rivers will lead a 30 minute webinar describing how maps can help inform conservation and recreation. Specifically, she will describe different types of mapping tools that are available, and will dive deeper into a case study example on the Waccamaw River and how she has gathered and utilized a variety of data sources to help create informative maps for conservation and recreation.

Tune in on Tuesday September, 20th and learn:

  • How to identify, gather, and utilize existing data sources to help create layers for maps including recreation access points, property ownership and conservation opportunities;
  • Suggestions on best practices for using GIS and other mapping tools to create maps and planning documents; and
  • Additional mapping tools, other than traditional GIS, that are available to prioritize initiatives along your river

When: Tuesday, September 20th at 1 pm ET/11 am MT

Presenter: Laila Johnston, Winyah Bay Coordinator – American Rivers

Who Should Attend:

  • Nonprofits organizations
  • Governmental entities
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about the different types of mapping abilities to improve conservation and recreation planning

Click Here to Register Today!

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