GIS for Municipal Operations and Watershed Planning Workshop 11/15/13

IC ArcGIS ImagePA Sea Grant and the PA DEP are collaborating to provide an overview of how Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial data can be used for municipal operations and watershed planning.  This workshop for municipal officials, planners, engineers, environmental organizations, and others interested in using GIS to increase municipal efficiency, effectively manage storm water, and protect local water quality. Funding for the workshop is being provided by the Growing Greener Program and Pennsylvania Sea Grant.

When:             Friday, November 15, 2013
Where:           Tom Ridge Environmental Center
Time:              9:00 AM to 2:15 PM (Lunch will be provided)
Cost:               FREE

Registration: Email Sean Rafferty at sdr138@psu.edu to confirm your registration. In your email, please include your Name, Affiliation, Job Title, Phone Number, Email Address, and Meal Preference (Vegetarian or No Preference). Attendance is limited to 100 persons, with municipal and environmental personnel from the Pennsylvania Lake Erie Basin given preference if interest is greater than the number of openings. If you would like further information or have questions feel free to email Sean Rafferty or call him at 814-217-9013.

You must register by Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Announcement and Agenda

 

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