Webinar: Natural resource applications of unmanned aerial systems

Tuesday, August 16, 2016, noon – 1:00 p.m. Unmanned aerial systems (also referred to as UAVs or drones) have a variety of natural resources applications including forest mapping, inventory, photography, disturbance assessment, wildlife assessment, and perhaps even timber sale administration. This brief presentation will introduce common UAS formats, their capabilities and limitations, and the status of rapidly changing regulations and […]

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Your Property Online: Where to find soils, water, and land management information

This page builds on our Maps and Airphotos page with good sources of information to help you plan the care and management of your Minnesota woodland property.  This content was developed as part of the 2011 Options for Your Woodland field day and webinar series. Watch a recording of Charlie Blinn’s September 2011 presentation on this topic now. After watching, […]

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Finding maps and airphotos of your Minnesota woods

Maps and airphotos of your land give a new perspective on your land’s ecology and landscape context. They’re indispensable as you plan management activities, trails, and other features on your property.  This post describes some basic, free online map and airphoto sources for your Minnesota woodland. View a complete recording of the March 2011 webinar: After watching, please fill in […]

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