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Public Lab community newsletter 9.21.13

by Shannon | September 22, 2013 12:45 | 32 views | 0 comments | #9359 | 32 views | 0 comments | #9359 22 Sep 12:45

This week in the Public Lab community newsletter, come visit Public Labbers at Maker Faire NYC (today!), read about a project aerial mapping in Louisiana and find out how you can support the Public Lab nonprofit. Enjoy!

Public Lab at Maker Faire NYC. For all our friends in NYC who are headed to Maker Faire today, stop by the Public Lab booth and come to the Public Lab panel starting at 3pm on the Make: Live Stage.

Barnraising 2013. Only two weeks away, registration is technically closed, but if you'd really like to come, we'd love to have you! More information on the barnraising here and/or you can contact liz@publiclab.org with questions.

Barataria Bay aerial mapping project. We're excited to announce that Patagonia Clothing Company will be supporting a project to map twenty sites in Louisiana. If you're interested in getting involved, either in person or remotely, please contact shannon@publiclab.org and hop on the Gulf Coast Google Group.

Support Public Lab. Currently, there are a number of ways to contribute to the Public Lab nonprofit without leaving your keyboard:

  1. Donate here to support the work we do with communities around the world.

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Research Note Highlights:

Coal leachate contaminants of concern to Washington Dept. of Ecology (posted by eustatic)

KAP with simple dual juice-bottle rig (posted by patcoyle)

Possible problem with DIY Infragram or Infrapix (posted by ceefoster)

Presentation at Waag Society's Eclectis program (posted by warren)

If anything was missed, please post a research note or send a message to the list. Have a great week everyone! Shannon

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