Resilient NOCO community asset mapping project

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Resilient NOCO community asset mapping project

This project will enable the community to see a bird's-eye view of the local and regional economy by creating a map of our most important assets.  Geographic data will be collected from an ongoing survey of community members and businesses.  The map will facilitate the recognition of complimentary assets for collaboration and networking, as well as the identification of existing clusters of complimentary assets.

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Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2015

Welcome!

This project is a large undertaking so I will need lots of input from the community.  If you have a business, profession, skill, knowledge, interest, hobby, passion, etc.to make our community more resilient, . . .AND it can be represented by a point, line, or polygon on a map (i.e. everything), I would love to hear from you!

Contact me at fiercegreenfire@yahoo.com

or, (970)219-9336

Thank you!

Jerry Gerber

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Promoting energy policy that protects our natural environment, fosters economic growth, and improves quality of life in Fort Collins and beyond.

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