Free event open to the Oregon GIS community, especially those involved or interested in Oregon's GIS framework. Please register using the REGISTER button above. Please find the agenda online.
The 24th Framework Forum will feature a presentation by Rebekah Rafferty, Education Director, of the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum. Rebekah will present about the Columbia River Gorge from a geographic lens, weaving geology into landform-climate dynamics that result in our gradient of vegetative communities and wildfire regimes (touching on Eagle Creek as an example of our high severity fire regime), and implications for how human communities are distributed within the Gorge. At the Forum you will also learn about new and ongoing activities by the Framework Implementation Team community, Geospatial Enterprise Office staff, Framework program developments, and more! The program starts at 9:00 AM but the room will be open at 8:30 AM for networking.
The Oregon GIS Framework is the geospatial data backbone for Oregon's spatial data infrastructure known as navigatOR. The Oregon GIS Framework is composed of key data elements that have been identified by a wide array of partners, participants, and stakeholders from across the entire Oregon GIS community as fundamental for meeting their business, research, and other basic operations. The purpose of the Framework is to facilitate the delivery of critical services to residents and maximize public investment in transforming data into useable information. Learn more about GEO and Framework at gis.oregon.gov.