Outdoor recreation resources are essential elements of strong communities. They improve quality of life by supporting economies, promoting healthy living and fostering a stewardship ethic to sustain the environment.
But maintaining these opportunities can be challenged by various factors, including tight budgets, limited space and, yes, even a pandemic.
Get your free copy of this new report to learn the benefits of applying geographic information systems (GIS) to outdoor recreation challenges.
You’ll explore case studies, including how:
- GIS helps reengineer planning at Texas State Parks.
- Missouri State Parks implemented a Central Asset Management Program.
- New Jersey better informs executives to minimize closures.
- Cobb County, Georgia, uses GIS to lure in Anglers.
Author: Nicole Blake Johnson, Managing Editor, GovLoop
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