Tuesday, June 28th 7:00pm Via Zoom The New Jersey Conservation Blueprint is an interactive online mapping tool that can be utilized in decision making with real time access to data during meetings. Users can
Tuesday, June 28th
The New Jersey Conservation Blueprint is an interactive online mapping tool that can be utilized in decision making with real time access to data during meetings.
Users can access mapping layers for open space, impervious surface, wetlands, threatened and endangered species and more.
Having access to the most current natural and cultural resource data is critical when making land preservation and land use decisions whether you are a volunteer on an open space committee, planning board, environmental commission, or a professional working for a land trust or local government.
Join ANJEC and Dr. John Hasse, Professor of Geography and Director of the Geospatial Research Lab at Rowan University in a virtual setting as he walks us through how the Conservation Blueprint mapping program can be used to help make land-use and environmental decisions.
The NJ Conservation Blueprint is just one project under the umbrella of the NJ Map Project (https://www.njmap2.com/) spearheaded by Dr. Hasse and was made possible through a partnership of The Nature Conservancy, Rowan University, and the New Jersey Conservation Foundation,
together with a collective of 21 conservation-focused groups, both governmental and non-profits.
An overview of the full NJ Map Project can be viewed here.
ANJEC Members, no charge to attend.
To register: email email@example.com
(Monday) 7:00 pm