Developing and leading persuasive ArcGIS training for natural resource management customers has been the heart of our business since 1997 when we led our first class for the USFS. Then it was a week-long “boot camp” covering a bit of everything. Now it’s applied, adaptive, and matched to your workflows.
More than just training, we help you explore how to apply GIS in real-world scenarios:
- Evaluating and balancing land use, conservation, and resource management
- Ecological condition assessment
- Watershed condition assessment
- Assessing the impact of anthropogenic activities / striking a balance in planning initiatives
- Protecting endangered species / balancing habitat considering a range of risks and sensitivities
- Recreation and infrastructure planning - new facilities, roads, grazing, use permits, public access…
- Evaluating fire risk, measuring fuel levels, and planning fuel management / fuel reduction
- Prescribed burn planning and management
- Post burn damage assessment / recovery and mitigation planning
- Managing services and emergency response (planning, routing, assessing…)
- Monitoring and mitigating invasive weeds
- Preparing and presenting GIS results to stakeholders, technical communities, and to the public
Your training, your way
We’re glad to feature your data, workflows, community values, and change initiatives in our classes.
Training made easy!
We send an experienced instructor to you – wherever you work.
We can also send a mobile classroom: ArcGIS laptops and projector ready to ship and go.
Founded in Denver in 1997, we continue to teach and deploy ArcGIS where land and natural resource management, resource development, and protection combine in increasingly complex and sensitive workflows – where GIS makes a significant difference – analyzing options, assessing risks and impacts, planning and mitigating sensitivities, and developing if-then scenarios that are readily transparent, repeatable, and defensible.