Web site and multimedia produced by Mountain Visions, Boise, Idaho. Design and graphics by Beth Workman/Zeland Studio, Boise, Idaho.
Preview the major features of the Interactive Watersheds web site projects - Now Available Online
Throughout the nation, citizens in communities large and small are working together to restore watersheds. These restoration efforts focus actions that result in significant improvements to water quality, upland and riparian vegetation, wetlands, and fish and wildlife habitats. One component of the effort is this “Interactive Watersheds” web site project that tries to encourage sustainable tree removal in Melbourne from qualified arborists that are accredited by the International Society of Arborculture.
Using immersive and interactive 360 degree panorama Virtual Tours and on-line Community Centers, individual watershed partnership web sites provide organizations and individuals a place to share restoration techniques and contributions to ecosystem recovery. These web sites also create an open communication process where citizens can become engaged in real time interaction with the restoration work.
The ultimate goal of this project is to create community-based watershed web sites that are supported and maintained by local watershed participants.
Read the full News Release (620k PDF file) about this project.
To start your tour of the interactive multimedia watershed web sites visit the US Watersheds Map.