Did your New Year’s resolution include a plan for achieving better data collection and management in 2016? If it didn’t, are you now wishing you had?
Either way, I have a webcast you should definitely attend. Next week, Keith Steele and Carol Volk (Owner/Research Ecologist at South Fork Research) will be presenting “Getting Started with GeoOptix™: A Platform Overview” on Wednesday, 17 February 2016 at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern.
Over the past decade, thousands of leading natural resource organizations around the world have used Miradi desktop software to adaptively manage individual projects. With its launch announcement today, now Miradi Share 1.0 provides conservation directors with a cloud-based system to track the groups of projects that make up a program.
Earlier this year the Puget Sound Partnership adopted a common monitoring and adaptive management framework for their Chinook Salmon Recovery Plan. Now they’ve licensed Miradi Share to support the massive collaboration required to update and implement the plan by incorporating the work of no less than 15 lead entities and dozens of local, state, federal and tribal partners.