Extreme summer heat, mega forest fires, super storms and flooding—global climate change is already having a significant impact on communities and the environment across the United States, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists. How quickly will the climate change, and what can we expect? That’s a big question that land trusts (nonprofit organizations that…Jennifer Axelrod
In 2016, FLO joined a multidisciplinary team tasked with evaluating Pierce County’s existing land use policy for designating agricultural resource lands (ARL)—lands that “have long-term significance for the commercial production of food or other agricultural products,” according to The Washington State Growth Management Act—and then recommending new ARL designation criteria. FLO provided GIS expertise throughout…Jennifer Axelrod
Congratulations to North Clackamas School District on the new boundaries! It’s another boundary review success! After many months of hard work on the part of District staff and community members, the North Clackamas School Board approved new boundaries for elementary, middle, and high school attendance areas. The District is now prepared to meet the future…Jennifer Axelrod
The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) and FLO partner to run the GIS Consortium, an AWC program that helps Washington cities and non-city entities (conservation districts, utility districts, and more) implement or improve GIS for their organization. Since the GIS Consortium launched in July 2016, 25 cities and non-city entities have joined, working with AWC…Ruth McColly, GISP
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Extreme summer heat, mega forest fires, super storms and flooding—global climate change is already having a significant impact on communities and the environment across the United States, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists. How...Jennifer Axelrod