We are pleased to announce WLIA will be offering a 2 day Esri python workshop on February 11 and 12, 2014. Esri instructors will be on location with their mobile computer lab. Registration information will be coming out soon,… Read More
Today we published a “save the date” flyer containing preliminary information on our slate of workshops for the 2014 conference. Conference registration should be available in the next several weeks, so stay tuned!
Lincoln County, Wisconsin is soliciting proposals from qualified firms for the development of GIS parcel maps. The County seeks to hire a single firm to create Lincoln County’s GIS parcel map database in the Towns of Birch, Somo… Read More
The WLIA Conference is the premier GIS event in Wisconsin, with emphasis on local, regional, state and federal trends, issues, and applications. This three-day conference is packed with hands-on workshops, demonstrations, and technical presentations.
Thank you for being a continued member of our organization, we appreciate your support! I thought I would send this quick update on some of our recent activities. Fall Regional Meeting It was great to see folks turn… Read More
Submission deadline Friday, October 18th! The Wisconsin Land Information Association is searching for speakers to present at the 27th Annual Conference, “Today’s Vision – Tomorrow’s Reality”. Presentation proposals reflecting the following are requested: Programs, applications or methods demonstrating innovative… Read More
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You can still register for the WLIA Fall Regional Meeting October 1 & 2 in Eau Claire! The WLIA Education Committee has put together a great program with the theme of “Sharing Solutions” and the preliminary agenda is at… Read More
Thank you for being a continued member of our organization, we appreciate your support! I thought I would send this quick update on some of our recent activities. (see below) I also want to congratulate the Waupaca County… Read More
After 25 years Wisconsin has one of the best Land Information Programs in the nation, yielding economic benefits and providing citizens better services. But, for all our efforts we essentially have 72 county systems. To realize the full… Read More