This conference will bring together municipal officials, volunteers, and
others interested in how towns use and create geographic information! Tracks
will focus on municipal mapping issues, how members of the VT mapping
community helped keep the maps flowing during and after Irene, and general
GIS/Digital Mapping topics.

Each session consists of three concurrent topics (you pick which one you
would like to attend).

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You will be given the option to pay with a credit card (via Pay Pal) or with
a check ($60 includes coffee/pastries in the morning and lunch!).


    9:00 AM
    Keynote: Evaluating Our Mapping Resources Through The Lens of Irene -
Gary Smith, Green Mountain Geographics, LLC

    9:40 AM
        *Understanding Land Surveys
        *The Flattened and Updated E911 Database
        *GIS and Service Learning at UVM 
    10:40 AM
        *Public Works Mapping/GIS
        *Use Value Appraisal Program Mapping and Applications
        *Irene's Impacts: A Bird's Eye View 
    11:40 AM
        *Incorporating Town GIS Data into Google Earth/Google Maps
        *LiDAR: What do you do with all that data?
        *Irene: The Geomorphic Story 

    12:30 - LUNCH

    1:10 PM
        *A Municipal Mapping Perspective on Tropical Storm Irene
        *GIS Startup – Recipe for a Successful Municipal GIS 
    2:10 PM
        *Vermont's Draft GIS Parcel Data Standard: What does it mean to YOU?
        *The Right GPS for Your Job
        *Using Crowd-Sourced Mapping to Support Disaster Response 
    3:10 PM
        *Vermont's Draft Parcel Mapping Guidelines
        *The Meteorological/Climate Side of Irene