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Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve presentations

Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve presented Wednesday, November 11th to the Annapolis Field Naturalist Society at 7:30 pm at the Granville Ferry Community Hall, and On Thursday, November 12th to the Womens Institute at the Paradise Community Hall.

Two presentations - Granville Ferry and Paradise Community Hall

Bob Maher is making two presentations this week. On Wednesday, November 11th he will be speaking to the Annapolis Field Naturalist Society at 7:30 pm at the Granville Ferry Community Hall. On Thursday, November 12th he will be speaking to the Womens Institute at the Paradise Community Hall. In both cases, the subject will be Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve and Applied Geomatics research.

Resources

These items are provided as is by AGRG.

Resources

These items are provided as is by AGRG.

Community Mapping presentations to Fundy Communities Development Association (FCDA) and Lunenburg Heritage Society.

Bob will be providing an update to FCDA on Tuesday October 27th at 7 pm at AVC, Middleton in Room 111a and on Wednesday October 28th 7 pm to the Lunenburg Heritage Society. Click here to view the presentation.

Annapolis Valley LiDAR DEM

Annapolis Valley LiDAR

Dr Tim Webster (AGRG) - Data and Modelleing, Greg French (AGRG) - Google Maps implementation.

Council for the County of Digby

Bob will be making a presentation to the Council for the County of Digby on Monday the 19th at 7 PM.

GIS Job Opportunity at Dalhousie

Geographic Information System (GIS) Research Assistant

FCDA Community Mapping Project

This Spring (2009) AGRG initiated a community engagement program with the sixteen communities in FCDA. Individual communities or community members have amassed significant historical and genealogical information. AGRG’s role was to provide geographic and cartographic assistance. Doug Shaw was hired as the primary facilitator. The work included sharing of aerial photographs, imagery and scanned historic maps with the community groups. In late May, Doug accepted a permanent position with Kentville regional hospital. AGRG is now in the transition process for continuing community support.

Rural Secretariat proposal

We are preparing a proposal submission to the Rural Secretariat under the Community Development Program. It is entitled: Community mapping, web GIS and the Creative Rural Economy. As part of the proposal process, there is a Community Consultation and Validation report (see attached).There is a Powerpoint presentation on the proposal (see below). We anticipate the completed submission to be sent to Ottawa at the end of August.

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