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Arma-Geo Products is tasked to work with the Pines and Praires Land Trust to provideto design the non-profit organization a geodatabase that can be used to store and visualize data on their properties and easements using ArcGIS.


Having access to such a database while using GIS software like Arc Map will provide useful information that can guide future projects, and improve the management capabilities of PPLT.  Displaying the various types of data we collect on the properties can create useful maps. These maps serve to scale and visualize the properties for their staff, visitors, and supporters. This geodatabase will make it possible for PPLT to create customized maps based on their own criteria.  Having this geodatabase is also beneficial because it will associate descriptive attribute data with the spatial data. This allows PPLT to create customized tables of information that can be populated for bookkeeping or analysis purposes. In the future, PPLT can use interns or hired GIS analysts to perform additional projects using this geodatabase. This database and GIS will serve as a foundation of data that will support and streamline the efforts of PPLT in improving the quality and value of the Colorado River Refuge and their other properties.


The Pines and Prairies Land Trust (PPLT) is a non-profit land conservation organization that serves Bastrop, Caldwell, Fayette, Lee, and eastern Travis Counties. Pines and Prairies Land Trust aims to protect various historical, natural, and cultural resources, while promoting sustainable wildlife and agricultural practices in Central Texas. Pines and Prairies Land Trust encourages these environmentally conscious values by educating the public and protecting the properties and easements under their management. Pines and Prairies Land Trust owns and manages multiple properties and easements located in Central Texas. PPLT has identified the need for a useful geographic information system along with additional geospatial data related to the properties

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