The Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) will be hosting its fall meeting in Neenah, WI on October 27 & 28.
The Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) Geospatial Preparedness Task Force (GPTF) is currently conducting a survey to identify the spatial data needs for emergency management and homeland security in Wisconsin.
Talbot Brooks, the country’s foremost expert on the U.S. National Grid "geoaddressing" system, is conducting a day-long workshop at the WLIA Annual Conference in Appleton, WI on February 24, 2010.
The State Cartographer’s Office gets kudos for their combined service of 55 years to the Wisconsin Land Information Association.
Have a story to share? Consider presenting at the 2009 WLIA Conference in Wisconsin Dells.
The next major meeting of the Wisconsin Land Information Association will happen October 16-17 at the Heidel House Resort in Green Lake.
Several nationally-known speakers plus the usual mix of local talent will discuss topics revolving around the conference theme of “Democratizing the Multi-Purpose Land Information System: Impediments and Opportunities.”
Mark your calendar for the premier gathering of Wisconsin geospatial professionals on February 27-29 at the Grand Geneva Resort in Lake Geneva.
The Wisconsin Land Information Association heads to Sheboygan on November 1-2 for their next regional meeting.
With weather forecasts predicting the worst late spring storm across the state in two decades, the WI Land Information Association held its spring regional meeting June 7-8 in Stevens Point.