This book is about the role of geospatial technologies in land planning, design, and management and environmental problem solving focusing on activities in Wisconsin. It is also about civic engagement in planning the future and how to encourage and enhance such engagement. Instead of an abstract or theoretical treatise, the authors' approach is to share with the reader their ideas, observations, experiences, and outcomes as they have evolved over more than three decades. The stories, examples, and case studies, while based mostly in Wisconsin, are intended to give the reader ideas about what might or might not work in their own geographic, political, and cultural contexts. The purpose, then, is to make a candid, practical contribution to those who struggle daily with difficult land-planning and management issues, regardless of where they occur.
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