Woods Work is a series of 2 hour stand-alone sessions delivered online over Zoom, each focused on a specific tool relevant to natural resource professionals.
In this session we will cover the Minnesota Natural Resource Atlas. The Atlas is an interactive mapping tool paired with a comprehensive database of almost 400 data layers including agriculture, biota, geology, geography, imagery, water, watersheds, infrastructure, administrative boundaries, and more. This tool gives you access to a wide variety of spatial data regardless of your GIS skills or software accessibility. No data downloads or software installations required!
Register before March 10 and get an optional free Woods Work sticker (pictured below). Select the option during registration.