Conservation Vision and GIS
The Trust for Public Land’s Vision and GIS service uses cutting-edge research and innovative mapping techniques to create parks, protect open space, and deliver community-driven conservation plans.
Greenprinting is our GIS-based service that helps communities prioritize their park and conservation goals. Using spatial analysis (GIS) in a transparent mapping and modeling process, a Greenprint delivers both a long-term vision for conservation and a concrete plan to protect the places most important to a community.
Greenway and trail planning
Our greenway and trail services range from big-picture guidance to the nuts and bolts of planning: estimating construction and maintenance costs, determining trail locations through community input, fundraising consulting, and acquiring land and easements).
Large landscape analyses
Our experts provide strategic analysis and planning of large landscapes. These GIS-based plans help communities build partnerships, develop policies, and secure funding for conservation.
Director, Conservation Vision & GIS
P: (505) 988-5922