Tracking Invasive Species with Open Source Mobile Data Collection

Attendees at the upcoming Fall Regional Meeting in Bayfield will have a great opportunity to learn about some of the open source tools utilized by the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC).

Miles Falck will be on hand to discuss how GLIFWC uses KoBoToolbox to collect and manage field data in a variety of applications including invasive species management, native plant studies, wildlife habitat research, wild rice monitoring, forest ecology, climate change, and harvest management. Miles’ presentation will examine the pros and cons of using KoBoToolbox, and identify remaining unmet information management needs.

The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission is an inter-tribal natural resource agency representing 11 Ojibwe tribes in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan who reserved hunting, fishing and gathering rights in various treaties with the United States government.

We hope to see you in Bayfield on October 24th and 25th!  Visit the Event Page for more registration, or register online.

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