The CCEDC GIS Lab provides GIS technical assistance to municipal leaders, members of watershed organizations, research and academic institutions, and residents using GIS to inform local conservation and planning. The GIS Lab’s Resource Educator is available during normal business hours to
GIS presentations can be requested by municipal groups (e.g. CACs, planning boards) and conservation organizations interested in learning more about the capabilities of GIS and applications for local planning and conservation.
Introductory GIS training sessions are offered annually; topics include using Dutchess County’s web-based GIS applications, ArcGIS Explorer, and introduction to ArcGIS Desktop.
Individual GIS mentoring sessions can cover a variety of topics and are scheduled by appointment.
The CCEDC GIS Lab provides GIS equipment, software, and data for local natural resource mapping applications. Resources include: