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Skytec Innovates to Meet the Monitoring Needs of Land Trusts

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Originally published on Skytec

According to the Land Trust Alliance, land trusts are increasingly turning to technologies to bolster their stewardship.

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Skytec Selects Esri Technology to Power New Precision Conservation Management Application

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Originally published on Skytec

A new app that can manage conservation plans and verify corporate environmental promises with clear imagery from the sky is being powered in partnership with Esri and its ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS On

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Partner Spotlight: How Lens Saves Maryland Environmental Trust Time and Money

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Originally posted by Upstream Tech
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Allegra Wrocklage

From the low-lying coastal plains around the Chesapeake Bay to the rolling hills and ridges of Appalachia, Maryland earns its nickname “America in miniature.” The Maryland Environmental Trust (MET)

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Room to Roam: Remote Monitoring Grant Program Creates New Opportunities for the Vital Ground Foundation

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Originally posted by Upstream Tech
Author: 
Jake Faber

Accessible remote monitoring tools have been a transformative approach for land trusts to enhance their critical conservation work.

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Remote Monitoring Grant Program Technology Options

Many companies offer geospatial technologies that can help support land trusts’ remote monitoring needs. We have compiled a list of several of the vendors that land trusts have partnered with as well as others that work in the conservation field and demonstrate potential for the land trust community

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^ A field trip to the Land Trust for Louisiana’s Abita Creek Flatwoods Preserve in St. Tammany. / Photo by Nelwyn McLnnis

Working big, while staying small

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Winter 2022 Saving Land
Author: 
Tom Springer

It doesn’t take a big land trust to be a great land trust. By “playing above their weight,” small land trusts can achieve conservation gains that rival those with more staff and deeper pockets.

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