The California GIS Council Meeting is today. Attend in person if you are local, or attend via the web. One topic of discussion will be how GIS data was shared and used for analysis by CALFIRE, CANG, CALOES, and Napa County.
Other topics include the California Geodetic Control Work Plan, Geospatial Data Act of 2017, and the NAIP Program.
The agenda and how to connect via the web can be found on the CGIA website.
The 2018 ESRI User Conference Registration is now open. Hurry and register for the conference to get your favorite hotel before they fill up!
GIS Day is here. If you are not hosting an event, try to get out and attend one. Check out the GIS Day map and see what events are going on around you.
Happy GIS Day!
Your friends at SoCal URISA would like to encourage you to participate in GIS Day 2017 by visiting a local K-12 school to introduce/ promote GIS! There are plenty of ideas and resources on the GIS Day website. Posters, videos, and games are available for download. Scroll to the bottom to see the Children, Teen, and Adult hands-on activities.
If you do participate, please share your fun with us at: @URISAsocal or on our Facebook page.
SoCal URISA will have a booth set up at the LA County GIS Day event. Stop by to meet us and sign up for membership!
HAPPY GIS DAY 2017!
Dear Friends of CSULB Geography:
Just a reminder to let you know about CSULB’s GIS Day Networking Social. We hope you will join us.
Please join CSULB Geography for our Annual GIS Day Mixer! Reunite with classmates, meet our current CSULB GIS students and build your professional geospatial network!
Wednesday November 15th
CSULB Geography GIS Day Mixer
6:00 – 9:30 PM @ On the Rocks
5755 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach CA
Please RSVP to Lynne.Harris@csulb.edu by November 10th.
…What a way to top off your day of celebrations! I hope to see you there.
Ventura College will be holding their GIS Day on November 17th from 8am to 3:30pm. They will have vendor exhibits, breakout sessions, a poster session, and panel discussions. Check it out!
Los Angeles County will be celebrating GIS Day on November 15th from 9am to 3pm. It’s a big event, so make sure to check it out!