Dr. Jill Findeis
Mr. Chris Barnett
Thanks to all who participated in our 2013 Great Rivers CESU Bi-Annual Meeting
A special thanks to Lewis and Clark Community College, the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center, and the Audubon Center at Riverlands for hosting the conference events
The Great Rivers CESU is part of a network of cooperative ecosystem studies units (see map below) focusing on providing partners in the network high-quality science,
usable knowledge for resource managers, responsive technical assistance, continuing education, and cost-effective research programs. The Great Rivers CESU is a
cooperative effort of twenty-one university/institutions and eight federal partners whose goal is to focus on the objectives listed above in the geographic area
of the upper and middle Mississippi Valley. The Great Rivers CESU was formerly the Upper and Middle Mississippi Valley CESU.
Request for Statement of Interest
Project title: Needs assessment to inform development of a geospatial mapping system to support the needs and opportunities of the National Park Service Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Branch and Land and Water Conservation Fund and Federal Lands to Parks Programs.
Goal: To develop a clear vision and implementation framework for a collaborative geospatial knowledge management system to support the National Park Service Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Branch programs and Land and Water Conservation Fund and Federal Lands to Parks programs and partners.See attachment for more information: Geospatial Mapping Statement of Interest
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