Join us in developing the next phase of LA STEW-MAP

Addendum: for the presentation given at the workshops, click here.

You’re Invited! Application of Stewardship Mapping Data in Your Work

Join us in developing the next phase of LA STEW-MAP – an ongoing project to better understand the who, where, and how of environmental stewardship in Los Angeles.

The goal of LA STEW-MAP is to collect information about the population, activities, geographic locations, and network relationships of participating environmental stewardship organizations in Los Angeles County. We’ve gathered information from hundreds of organizations, and now we are seeking input on how STEW-MAP may be most useful in your work. Possible applications may include: an online organizational directory, mapping and networking tools, and other ways for this information to support your work.

In this workshop, you will learn more about LA STEW-MAP, be shown a range of examples of potential uses for the data, and join us in a discussion about the utility of possible products. Your participation is extremely valuable, as it will directly inform how we develop the research applications.

In order to accommodate a greater number of participants, we will be holding this workshop on two separate occasions:

Workshop #1: LA STEW-MAP:
Los Angeles Center for Urban Natural Resources Sustainability
Thursday, June 29, 2017
9:30AM – 12:30PM

El Pueblo Bizcailuz Building
2nd Floor Conference Room
125 Paseo De La Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Workshop #2: LA STEW-MAP:
Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Urban Resilience
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
9:30AM – 12:30PM

Life Sciences Building
Room 118
1 LMU Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045

RSVPs are required since space is limited. If you have not received an email invitation, please contact Early reservations are recommended.

The LA STEW-MAP workshops are being offered as part of a partnership between the Loyola Marymount University Center for Urban Resilience and the USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station. For more information about the research, please contact Dr. Michele Romolini: