Join Jess Beutler and Diane Fritz for an introduction to OpenStreetMap with a focus on mapping the Southeastern United States. Recorded at a Third Thursday Web Forum hosted by the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy.
Jess Beutler is the Program Director at OpenStreetMap US. Her focus is to strengthen and expand the impact and breadth of programs for the OSM US community, such as Mapping for Impact and TeachOSM. Prior to working with OSM US, Jess has led participatory mapping projects and supported OpenStreetMap communities across sub-Saharan Africa, southeast Asia, and the Caribbean.
Diane serves as the geospatial go-to for students and faculty at an academic library in Denver, Colorado. Her avocations can be described as “anything outdoors.”
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