Woods Work: Minnesota Natural Resource Atlas

So you need a mapped digital elevation model with wetland locations and township boundaries, and you need it quickly. You either don't have access to GIS software, or your computer just can't handle large datasets. Where can you find the most up-to-date data? How long will it take to download? You really only need one county - do you have to download the whole state?

The online Minnesota Natural Resource 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! 

What to expect: This event is more of a workshop than a webinar. Be ready to engage in discussion, and to actively participate in using the Natural Resource Atlas during this event. By the end of this session you will be able to use the Atlas to view multiple data layers at once, measure, draw, filter and summarize data, print, and share information and maps with others.

Date: March 25, 2021 from 9:30am to 11:30am Central
Location: Online using Zoom
Instructors: Will Bartsch and Cynthia Hagley, Natural Resources Research Institute 
Cost: $20 for SFEC Members, $30 for Non-Members (others), $10 for students
CEUs: 1.5 Cat. 1 SAF CFE credits

Register before March 10 and get an optional free Woods Work sticker. Select the option during registration. 

Register Here

See past and upcoming Woods Work sessions. 

All interested learners are welcome. For accommodations related to ability please contact Kaitlyn Wilson at kaitlynw@umn.edu.

Contact Us

Eli Sagor, SFEC Program Manager
esagor@umn.edu | 218-409-6115