Final Program Available for 32nd Annual Conference

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WLIA Silent Auction Update

Donations for the WLIA Foundation Silent Auction taking place at the Annual Conference continue to come in. Our donors always provide a great variety of items and gift packages every year and we are grateful for them! For… Read More

Address Point and Street Centerline Data Standards

WLIA adopted Geographic Information System (GIS) dataset standards for “Address Points” and “Street Centerlines”. The multiuse publication standards were developed by the WLIA Technical Committee in 2018 in consultation with existing applicable standards and under the advice of… Read More

Introducing Anna Hogan – 2018 Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Winner

Anna Hogan University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Anna is a Senior majoring in Hydrology with a minor in GIS. She discovered GIS her first year in college through a required entry level GIS course. Anna has used… Read More

Interactive Map Entries Due Friday & Call for Map Contest Judges

The WLIA Map Contest happens in two weeks, but you only have until this Friday, February 8th to submit interactive maps for the contest! Register your map or app here: ONLINE REGISTRATION Registration for other maps will be open… Read More

How the National Geodetic Survey’s Plans for 2022 Affect You!

The Wisconsin Spatial Reference System 2022 Task Force (WSRS2022) will be holding a special discussion session during the WLIA Annual Conference in Appleton, WI.  In 2022 the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) plans to replace the horizontal reference system,… Read More

Introducing Susan Borchardt – 2018 Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Winner

Susan Borchardt University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Sue is currently a PhD student in Physical Geography with a minor in GIS – on track to graduate Spring 2021. She discovered GIS through an Intro to GIS class for… Read More

Make Your Hotel Reservation for the Annual Conference

Make your hotel reservation by Jan. 22, 2019 for best availability!

Annual Conference Presentation on Erosion Vulnerability and Culvert Mapping Highlights Capabilities of LiDAR

Site specific and watershed-based factors can impact erosion leading to sediment loading and other water and aquatic habitat issues.  Adam Grassl of the Vilas County Mapping and Land Information Department teamed up with Zach Nienow and Ayres Associates… Read More

DOA WI Land Information Program Wins Award!

The Department of Administration Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP) received the 2019 Friend of Wisconsin Land Surveying Award from the Wisconsin County Surveyors Association (WCSA). The award was received at the annual WCSA meeting on January 25th in… Read More