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Tax Law Enrollment boundaries are one of the Wisconsin DNR Forestry Division’s most requested datasets. For the past five years, the DNR has been digitizing more than 56,000 enrollment boundaries that were previously only available on paper maps…. 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

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

Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fundraising at the 2018 WLIA Spring Regional

New this year!!! We are bringing fundraising for the Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship to the 2018 Spring Regional Meeting! Help us to help more “kids” achieve their dreams to enter the land information community. We will be having… Read More

The Path of Petroleum Products in Wisconsin

Have you ever wondered about or been curious about the distribution network of petroleum products?  You may say no, but it might be of interest if you realized what could happen in the absence of affordable fuel.  Imagine… Read More

Spring Regional Networking Event: Pontoon Ride and Scavenger Hunt

Join us for dinner and a pontoon boat ride and scavenger hunt on lovely Lake Delavan at the 2018 Spring Regional! Thursday evening at 7:00 we will have dinner and then board our boats for a 50 minute… Read More

“Dark Sky” coming to WLIA regional meeting in Delavan

A full-scale training exercise simulating a long-term mass power outage in Wisconsin kicks off May 15 at sites around the state. Known as “Dark Sky,” GIS will play a big role in the event. Come to our upcoming Regional meeting to learn more.

WLIA Spring Regional Workshop: Workflows for Analyzing Crash Data from the UW TOPS WisTransPortal

If you have ever been tasked with geocoding crash points; ranking intersections by accident count, type, severity, etc.; analyzing crash trends by time of day, day of week, month of year; finding out how data are processed from… Read More