Using BioFinder: Mapping Your Community’s Conservation Resources
Discover the places in your community that contribute most to biological diversity! In this free workshop, participants will learn to use BioFinder, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources’ online biodiversity mapping tool. BioFinder highlights the places in Vermont most important for maintaining biodiversity, even as the climate changes. Maps include Vermont’s connected forests and water networks, locations of significant ecological resources, and other information that is often used for conservation planning or management. You can also upload your own data, create maps, and see how your favorite places fit into the larger ecological context. Find the website at BioFinder.vermont.gov. Everyone is welcome, but since space is limited, pre-registration is required. Organized by the Vermont Master Naturalists of Richmond.
March 20, 6:00-8:00pm
Camel’s Hump Middle School
173 School Street, Richmond
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