Get to know the in's and out's of geospatial technology. LEARN MORE
The Geospatial Training Program offers introductory courses in geospatial technologies including GIS, GPS and online mapping. LEARN MORE
Connect with local data resources, information and more. VISIT RESOURCES
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Connecticut Environmental Conditions Online is a joint effort by CLEAR and the CT DEEP to provide maps and information on the state's natural resources. LEARN MORE
Python Scripting - April 12-13
Introduction to GIS - May 3-5
Smartphone Tools - May 19
Natural Resources Conservation Academy - Training for Teens, Adults and Teachers Learn more!
GTP provides technical education and training outside the traditional academic environment. The program's goal is to help municipal land use officials, staff and commission members understand and apply geospatial information technologies to help solve local land use problems and to develop environmentally sensitive land use plans. The program focuses on the use of geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing (RS) and global positioning system (GPS) technology and online mapping and introduces new users to these technologies through hands-on training courses.Learn More.
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The GTP is a part of the Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR) within the University of Connecticut College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. GTP collaborates with other CLEAR programs on various projects in an effort to create the most useful tools and resources for municipal officials.