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April 2018 October 2018

Fort Bragg Headlands Consortium Mapping Project

CBI to support Noyo Center for Marine Science, the Noyo Headlands Unified Design Group (NHUDG) and the members of Fort Bragg Headlands Consortium as they work to increase public access to data to empower decisions that benefit landscapes and community.

Contact

John Gallo, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist
707-962-9078

In this project, CBI is supporting the Noyo Center for Marine Science, the Noyo Headlands Unified Design Group (NHUDG) and other members of the Fort Bragg Headlands Consortium. CBI’s team, led by Dr. John Gallo, will develop the Ft. Bragg Headlands web-mapping Gallery.

Powered by Data Basin, this web-mapping Gallery will be an easy to use platform for local citizens, stakeholders and decision-makers to access publicly available spatial data (e.g. maps of streams, wetlands, hazards, soils, geology, etc.). This is timely, as Ft. Bragg is making a significant Local Coastal Program (LCP) Amendment that will make the third of the city that is undeveloped coastal real estate into developable land. Providing easy access to data will encourage decisions that conserve the landscapes and biodiversity of the Fort Bragg region while bringing much needed development and jobs to sustain current and future generations.

 
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