Learn how to map and research resources in the Bay Area. This is a unique opportunity to get hands on learning tools for your community.
Sonoma County Water Coalition, 55 Ridgeway, Santa Rosa
Adam Garcia and Teri Shore will talk about and demonstrate Greenprint; the computer portal for the County’s LIDAR-based resource data. Planners use the Bay Area Greenprint to build natural resource conservation into their policies and plans. Brought to you by The Nature Conservancy, American Farmland Trust, Bay Area Open Space Council, Greenbelt Alliance, and GreenInfo Network.
What is the Bay Area Greenprint?
The Bay Area Greenprint brings together a wide range of data to help you discover and highlight many potential benefits from the non-built environment, across a range of themes: Biodiversity & Habitat, Agriculture, Water, Carbon, and Recreation. For examples and more info see: https://www.bayareagreenprint.org/
The Bay Area Greenprint brings together a wide range of data to help you discover and highlight the overlapping benefits from the non-built environment including:
Biodiversity, Habitat, Agriculture, Water, Carbon, and Recreation.
It provides planners, conservation practitioners, and community members with a way to sort through the mountains of information available and gives a more complete understanding of the costs and benefits of decisions made around open space, agricultural lands, and development throughout the Bay Area. The Bay Area Greenprint is a powerful tool for advocates and planners, helping to define strategies and priorities. And in support of the open and democratic exchange of ideas, it is available for free.
Click here to start using the Bay Area Greenprint today and check this page for learning opportunities.
The Bay Area Greenprint is a collaboration of The Nature Conservancy, Bay Area Open Space Council, American Farmland Trust, Greenbelt Alliance, and GreenInfo Network. Funding is provided by the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.
Photo: Patrick Smith via Flickr