Buses depart at 7:45 a.m., board in front of Marriott on California Street.
ISA Credit Hours Approved.
This full-day workshop will guide participants through the process of creating an online and mobile device accessible public garden information system using Esri’s ArcGIS for Public Gardens solutions. Participants will learn how to create an online mapping portal for their entire organization, how to create a basemap for their garden, how to collect and update plant collection and facilities data in the garden, and how to share that information with staff and visitors. Participants will also learn about crucial concepts and background information, field data collection solutions, cartography, interpretive application design, and additional resources available for creating a public garden GIS. This workshop targets collections management, facilities management, and education and interpretation staff with any level of experience with mapping technologies. Presented in partnership with ESRI and the Alliance for Public Gardens GIS.
*This is an offsite workshop, location TBD. Transportation and lunch will be provided. This session has been approved for continuing education credit hours by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).