Professional Certifications and Why They Should Matter to You

Should You Become Certified? Have you ever considered acquiring professional certifications?  If you have Jason Krueger, CP, GISP, a Manager at Ayres Associates, has a presentation for you.  Jason is a Certified Photorammetrist (CP) and is a Geographic… Read More

Technical Workshop Highlight: A Practical Introduction to Feminist Mapping

Join us on May 30 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at the Lismore Hotel in Eau Claire, Wisconsin as Meghan Kelly brings her workshop “A Practical Introduction to Feminist Mapping to the 2019 WLIA Spring Regional. What are feminist… Read More

What Goes Into Your Sandbox?

Non-Metallic Mining is big business in the State of Wisconsin because of our particular geologic formation, bringing in over 3 billion dollars to Wisconsin’s GDP and supporting many industries that use products such as sand and stone.  Every… Read More

Annual Seiler Instrument Mapping Spring Showcase to be held Thursday May 9th.

Annual Seiler Instrument Mapping Spring Showcase – Join us! Please join our GIS staff and Trimble Certified trainers for the day as we showcase Trimble, Esri, and Laser Technology along with much more. Where Radison Hotel Milwaukee Menomonee… Read More

Moving Forest Management to the Cloud – a New Addition to the WLIA Spring Meeting

Many organizations experience challenges aligning their IT infrastructure with their staff’s data access needs, and this disconnect can hinder the ability for the business or agency to move forward in a timely manner with informed decision-making. In the… Read More

History and Origins of the Real Property Lister

Join us at the 2019 Spring Regional Meeting in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on May 30-31, 2019. Brian Braithwaite, the Real Property Lister from Washington County, will give a brief historical outline of how the position of Real Property… Read More

Water and Wisconsin Presentation at the Spring Meeting in Eau Claire

Speaker Cheri Hipenbecker will be presenting on an exciting topic: “Water and Wisconsin – What does Virginia have to do with it?” In this presentation, we will review how these simple words from 1784 have an impact on… Read More

Now Accepting Applications for the Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship

The Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) Foundation, Inc. has established the Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund to help students working toward a degree related to land information (such as geographic information systems, geography, and urban planning). We will… Read More

2019 Annual Conference Best Presentation Award goes to…

The votes have been counted and the Best Presentation Award for the 2019 WLIA Annual Conference goes to Bryan Meyer, La Crosse County for ‘Legal Description Basics – “Hey, what do all those crazy symbols, numbers and words… Read More