We hope that everyone who took time out of their week to eat a turkey/turducken/tofurkey had a relaxing day off. Since the Public Lab staff is currently on a mini break, this newsletter will be short and sweet. Enjoy!
Looking for a present for the DIY enthusiast in your life? A reminder that you can go to the aerial mapping tool page and create your own gift ready kit, but you can also order a kit with all necessary pieces from Public Lab!
Bayou Bienvenue mapping tomorrow (11/24). New Orleans is still experiencing weather in the mid-70s, so why not come out and join others from the region as they map Bayou Bienvenue from canoes and kayaks? If you're interested in participating, please email Scott Eustis as firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vermont Environmental Summit. Hear from Public Lab organizer, Chris Fastie, who joined others in Vermont this past weekend at a summit co-hosted by VPIRG and Toxics Action Center.
Tidmarsh Farm mapping. Last weekend, 25 people braved the cold and gathered in Manomet, MA to kite map Tidmarsh Farms. Check out the post on the mapping!
Back next week with the usual full newsletter, have a great weekend! Shannon