TeachOSM provides training, content, and curriculum, for educators of all levels to integrate OpenStreetMap in the classroom, and advocates for OSM in educational settings.
In our Mapping for Impact program, OpenStreetMap US partners with civic, social, and environmental organizations in the US to help them leverage the power of OpenStreetMap.
Our Charter Project program provides a long-term home for notable OpenStreetMap tools, programs, and services. We provide projects with a stable legal and fiscal framework, so developers and organizers can focus on what they do best: building things.
Public Domain Map is a bridge database that lets organizations crowdsource authoritative map data in cases where OpenStreetMap isn’t an option. Mappers can address public data gaps while producing high quality data that is format- and license-compatible with OSM.
The OpenStreetMap US Trails Stewardship Initiative is a collaboration of government, volunteer, and private sector stakeholders working to address issues in trail mapping, outdoor recreation, and public land management.
Low-tech and offline, Field Papers lets you take OpenStreetMap anywhere. Create and print an atlas for your area of interest, mark it up in the field, then scan and upload your annotations for mapping next time you’re at a computer.