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Marcus Curtis African American Historical and Cultural Sites Story Map This map contain sites that have had an historical or cultural impact in the local African American community. The sole purpose of this map was to highlight some locations that may not be as well known as other more frequented historical places within the Tallahassee / Leon County area. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Duane 'JT' Treadon Historic Walking Tour Story Map Take a walk in downtown Thomasville and learn the history behind the buildings you see. Then drive or walk to our historic neighborhoods on Dawson St. and Hansel St. area. Here you will learn interesting history facts behind the historic homes of Thomasville. Can you find the house that was won and lost at least once in a poker game? GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Daniel Diaz The Choctawhatchee River Blueway, a Florida Designated Paddling Trail Story Map Know before you go! Tour the Choctawhatchee River Blueway, a 64-mile state designated paddling trail in the Florida Panhandle. View access points, driving directions, and see the trail before launching your paddle craft. This Story Map Tour is part of a suite of content available for Florida's designated paddling trails. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Tessa Schreiner Growing Green Story Map The Green Map shares location and information about local community gardens, farmers markets and regional farms. This map is a resource to make it easier for residents and visitors alike to find avenues to eat local and identify ways to be more sustainable within our community. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Ed Young Major Ongoing and Proposed Development for Tallahassee | Leon County Florida Story Map The Major Ongoing & Proposed Developments Report provides key insights and highlights of the major developments and construction projects in Tallahassee and Leon County Major projects in this report are defined as including 20+ residential units and/or 10,000 square feet of non-residential. This report illustrates that the local economy is well positioned for continued economic growth. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Ned Cake Construction Trends | Tallahassee and Leon County, Florida Story Map This story map uses heat mapping to display new construction building permit application locations for Tallahassee and Leon County over the last 30 days, 90 days, 1 year, 5 year or 10 year. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Katherine White Geologic Mapping in Florida: The STATEMAP Program Story Map The Florida Geological Survey STATEMAP Program is a cooperative funding agreement between the US Geological Survey (USGS) and the Florida Geological Survey. The Florida STATEMAP program was first established in 1994 with an award of just $30,000 from the USGS. Since then, it has become one of the premier STATEMAP programs in the United States, with awards in the top five nationally for each of the last three years. Each year the STATEMAP team maps and reports on the geology of a different area of the state. To date, the STATEMAP team has mapped approximately 24,000 square miles of Florida. The data gathered from STATEMAP projects can help scientists, citizens and researchers to identify and interpret geologic features, monitor groundwater quality and quantity, support mineral resources activities, land-use planning and construction project design. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Karissa Moffett Cycle through 195 years of Tallahassee History Story Map This Map Series Builder serves as a local knowledge guide to share robust, local adventures of sightseeing locations, lodging, and places to dine in Tallahassee, FL, USA. This map extent is geared for people on bikes who are visiting, new, or call this city home. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Ned Cake Experience Florida's Capital Story Map The Tallahassee|Leon County Office of Economic Vitality welcomes you to learn more about business and economic vitality in Florida’s Capital Region. Utilize this interactive mapping tool as a gateway to all the resources, incentives, and opportunities our community can offer you and your business. Whether you’re a business owner, site selector, entrepreneur, researcher, student, or simply interested in finding out more about our community, this resource is for you. To learn more about Tallahassee|Leon County, or to inquire about business-specific information, contact the Office of Economic Vitality. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Carolyn Novak Experience Florida's Capital Story Map The Tallahassee|Leon County Office of Economic Vitality welcomes you to learn more about business and economic vitality in Florida’s Capital Region. Utilize this interactive mapping tool as a gateway to all the resources, incentives, and opportunities our community can offer you and your business. Whether you’re a business owner, site selector, entrepreneur, researcher, student, or simply interested in finding out more about our community, this resource is for you. To learn more about Tallahassee|Leon County, or to inquire about business-specific information, contact the Office of Economic Vitality. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016
Kathe Roper Zone Rouge: Battlefields and Memorials of the Great War Story Map Shortly after the end of the First World War, the French government defined zones of devastation along what had been the Western Front. Pollution from biological & chemical sources, as well as un-exploded ordinance, made agriculture and residence in these areas dangerous or impossible. Over the past century, efforts have been made to restore the damaged areas where the Western Front was concentrated, and while the red zone has been reduced, it has not disappeared. Parts of the red zone can never be cleared, or have only been cleared superficially. Many of these areas have been returned to nature and are used as hunting reserves or as memorial sites, while some have been able to carry on as the towns and cities they were before the war. This map tour plots the battlefields of the red zone, as well as the memorials erected to the memory of the fallen. The project utilizes photographs from the Imperial War Museum collections, geo-referenced materials, and accounts from Great War veterans to provide a rich educational experience. GIS Innovation: Ride the Wave 2016