The WLIA’s Map Contest is famous among Wisconsin mappers as a place to display and admire visually stunning maps. However, what hasn’t been seen as frequently in recent years are maps and posters that explain the GIS-based processes… Read More
It’s that most wonderful time of the year again! Registration for your favorite map contest is now open! The WLIA Map Contest brings the coolest maps, GIS projects, and apps in front of hundreds of your mapping colleagues. Along… Read More
The State Agency Geographic Information Committee (SAGIC) held its Maps at the Capitol event on October 2nd. Several dozen attendees, including legislators, capitol staff, and geospatial professionals engaged SAGIC members and presenters on a range of mapping topics…. Read More
Between September 27-28, 33 geospatial professionals, working mainly within the Western portion of the Lake Superior Basin, gathered at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center to provide updates and collaborate on current and future projects. The Lake Superior… Read More
Thank you to all WLIA members who helped make the 30th Annual Conference a successful, fun event! Here is a preview of some award and map contest winners from the 2017 Conference, as well as the scholarship recipients. Please… Read More
It is always fun and interesting to see what others have been working on in the past year. The map and poster competition is a great opportunity to share your best work with others who appreciate quality cartography and innovation. Awards will be presented for the best entries in each category, Best Student, People’s Choice, and President’s Choice.
I recently had to download USGS Topo maps for another department. Back around 2010, when the maps were redone, I remember starting to download the quads that made up Wood County. For whatever reason I didn’t get very… Read More