The CCEDC Environment and Energy Program GIS Lab provides technical assistance, outreach, training, data, hardware and software access, and services to municipal leaders, members of watershed organizations, research and academic institutions, and residents of Dutchess County using GIS to inform local conservation and planning. Read on or download the printable brochure for more information.
A geographic information system (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information.
Providing GIS technical assistance, training, mentoring, hardware and software access to municipal leaders, members of watershed organizations, research and academic institutions, and residents engaged in using GIS to inform local conservation and planning.
Fee-for-service program for custom GIS maps and analysis, GIS data requests, and map printing.
GIS Volunteers are trained to provide GIS education and outreach for natural resource mapping with their towns, and on mapping projects and educational outreach events.
An informal group of Dutchess County residents, volunteers and municipal leaders that are currently using and/or interested in learning more about GIS topics and techniques.