Building and Uniting Watershed Communities
12 spots still remain for the upcoming GIS and GPS Training in Helena. Registration is first come first serve and closes May 24.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality Nonpoint Source Program, the Montana Natural Heritage Program, and the Montana Watershed Coordination Council are offering GIS and GPS Training for Watershed and Wetland Managers in June 2013. This training includes two parts: an Introduction to GPS and an Introduction to GIS. The training will focus on collecting data in the field, using handheld GPS units, exploring the basics of a GIS and its applications in natural resources, and importing data into a GIS to create maps and run analyses.
When: June 4 and 5, 2013
Where: Montana State Library, Helena, Montana Cost: $50
How: To Register