IGIS has been working with Lauren Klein, Community Garden Program Coordinator at UCCE Marin County, to develop an interactive web mapping tool for community gardens in Marin County. In addition to the public-facing site which displays the locations of the various types of community gardens in Marin County, there is also a protected site for approved users to enter new garden sites to the database.
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IGIS Project Gallery
Mapping Community Gardens in Marin County
Posted 6/30/2015 - In the past year IGIS worked with the staff from the UCCE Marin County to develop a new web mapping application that will display current community garden sites in Marin County. This application was developed with ease of use and ease of...
Tracking the Asian Citrus Psyllid
Posted 6/30/2015 - Over the past several years, the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), a serious invasive pest, has established a population in California and presents a major threat to the California citrus industry. The psyllid serves as a vector for huanglongbing, or citrus...
Simple OCR with Google Drive
Posted 6/30/2015 - Over the last several months, IGIS has been working to collect, digitize and spatially reference historical project data from the RECs. Recently, we were given some very detailed data for projects at the Hopland REC dating back to 1952. Unfortunately,...
IGIS Helps California Naturalists
Posted 6/17/2015 - From https://www.facebook.com/CANaturalist?fref=nf Work in progress: Associate Director Sabrina Drill has a PhD in Geography from UCLA and, with support from the UC ANR IGIS team (http://igis.ucanr.edu/), has created a simple on-line map that...
Spatial Data Science @ Berkeley May 2015
Posted 6/6/2015 - Bootcamp participants outside historic Mulford HallOur bootcamp on Spatial Data Science has concluded. We had three packed days learning about the concepts, tools and workflow associated with spatial databases, analysis and visualizations. Our goal...