Southeast United States

This is a regional page for the Public Lab community in the southeastern United States, reaching from the Appalachian mountains to the coastal plain. It sometimes reaches as far west as the Mississippi River, is bounded to the south by the [Gulf Coast region](, and to the north by [Midwest]( and [Northeast]( Join the mailing list--plots-southeast--in the left sidebar. Also, look through the places listed below and see if your locality is already organizing locally. If so, join its local mailing list and subscribe to relevant tags on the website. ###Organizers in the Southeast Region 5 organizers: * [Jessi Breen](/profile/jbreen) (Lexington, KY) * [Laura Chipley](/profile/LauraChipley) * [Gretchen Gehrke](/profile/gretchengehrke) (Durham, NC), also [staff](/wiki/plots-staff) * [Adam Griffith](/profile/Adam-Griffith) (Asheville, NC) * [Benjamin Sugar](/profile/bsugar) (Atlanta, GA) * [Jack Summers](/profile/jsummers) (Cullowhee, NC) * [Will Ward](/profile/wward1400) (Nashville, TN) 2 project leaders (not yet organizers) * John Keefe - teaching a class on water quality sensing Fall 2015 ###Existing chapters in the Southeast Region: * * ###Activity in the Southeast Region ####West Virginia * ####Tennessee * Nashville: ####Virginia * Black Mountain map: * Bentonville map: ####North Carolina * Greensboro: * multi-year mapping at University of North Carolina Charlotte: * The first ever [barnraising](/barnraising) was held in Asheville!: ####South Carolina * Beaufort map: ###Notes [notes:southeast] ...

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clinicaveterinariavivavet "I don't know much about industrial farms, but if I talk about veterinary " | Read more » 5 months ago
babytrin "Understanding biomes is beneficial to the environment b/c they help scientists study not only a specific plant or animal but also the role it plays..." | Read more » almost 2 years ago
babytrin "All organisms work together to create a balance The marine biome is made mostly of saltwater oceans & is the largest biome on earth Marine pl..." | Read more » almost 2 years ago
bhamster "Hi @Roundboy , thanks for sharing! What a neat way to modify Babylegs! I hope we get to hear future updates on your work :smiley: " | Read more » about 2 years ago
Fleer "@hspencer22 Great news that you are working with Marc Glass--his group is excellent. Please reach out to CAES if we can help with anything else. Th..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
hspencer22 "Thanks for sharing this resource! Turns out, we are working with one of the researchers listed on here. I had no idea he was part of this organizat..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
bhamster "For finding a researcher to analyze health registry data and create a health study, the Center for Applied Environmental Science (CAES) might be a ..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
hspencer22 "Yes, they absolutely wanted the trail to be hard to follow. I did acquire the sample results that were given to the city from the lab they contract..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
Ag8n "The results you were given aren't "top of the line". To be honest, the book keeping is kind of shoddy. Normally, there would be reference to the t..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
liz "nice stitch! " | Read more » over 2 years ago
amocorro "@latrecejohnson59 Looking up the Tensaw River Delta now, never had heard it called "America's Amazon" before :) I felt that way about paddling in C..." | Read more » over 3 years ago
liz "Here are the original attachments @zengirl2 had sent via email: EJ_Presentation__1.pptx EJ_Presentation__2.pptx Environmental_Injustice.docx " | Read more » over 4 years ago
gccummings25 "Thank you for your response! You're right in that I need to refine the logistics and parameters. There's no real budget, but because I'm a student ..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
nshapiro "Hi Grace, Glad you are bringing attention to this issue! I was unaware of this until an attorney friend in ATL forwarded this story to me the other..." | Read more » over 4 years ago
gretchengehrke "Awesome, @Zengirl2. Thanks! " | Read more » almost 7 years ago
zengirl2 "@gretchengehrke Okay, fixed it! Legacy editor correctly adds an attachment, but not the newer Rich editor. Will make a note on my bug report now! " | Read more » almost 7 years ago
zengirl2 "@gretchengehrke weirdly if I'm in edit it shows as an attachment. However, the code is saying it puts it in Public Lab's photos. So weird. Will pos..." | Read more » almost 7 years ago
gretchengehrke "Wow, thank you for this information @Zengirl2! Could you provide the paper citation here so we can look it up (since it didn't attach, and I honest..." | Read more » almost 7 years ago
jkpetter "Good morning @cfastie, Thank you for the insight and recommendations! Will give that a shot at max height on the pole! Kris " | Read more » almost 8 years ago
cfastie "Hi @jkpetter, It looks like a lot of your pole aerial photos are oblique (angled). If your goal is to make a map of the prairie area, photos taken..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
jkpetter "Thanks @mathew! I will try this method out, looks good for helping to maintain uniformity! Hello @Liz and @TaraMei I would love some insight and g..." | Read more » almost 8 years ago
liz "Sure! Also we should ask if anyone else in the grassrootsmapping group would like to be "armchair" support with your team. " | Read more » almost 8 years ago
taramei "Hi Liz! Yes, could we have a guest in the next few weeks with you? " | Read more » almost 8 years ago
mathew "neat! a few of us have been experimenting with taking a series of "donut" or circular panoramas at set points." | Read more » almost 8 years ago