Easy access to Spatial Data and Maps
This web-map Gallery is an interactive tool that you can use in your web browser. You can browse the maps, zoom-in, click layers of information on and off, make maps, add your own layers, share maps with a url, ask people to comment on them, and more. Providing easy access to data is meant to facilitate informed and wise decisions. For more information, questions, or to provide data, please contact email@example.com or George Reinhardt and team at Nhudg@mcn.org.
Further, understanding the past leads to a wiser future. The Fort Bragg Headlands was molded by nature and remolded by man again and again with his tools and his desire for profit. It is unrecognizable as the healthy environment it once. We do have historical maps, stories, and imagination to help us see the past. We have new understanding of the damage the extraction economy has done to the earth and the science to give us better guidance on how to repair the damage and restore health to this part of the coast. The history and accomplishments of the men and women who built Fort Bragg should be honored. At the same time today we have the the technology to restore this property and, when we reuse it do so with a better balance between ourselves and the planet. The knowledge is ours—if we choose to use it.