TerraTrak, a product of Sitka Technology Group, is an enterprise-level conservation management platform for acquiring, managing and tracking green infrastructure assets, such as parks, open spaces, trails, urban forests, constructed wetlands, stormwater best management practices, wildlife corridors, and other natural habitats.
Program managers, engineers, ecologists and other key stakeholders can proactively align stewardship and conservation actions to see how they contribute to overall performance goals and measures. This detailed level of control allows organizations and municipalities to effectively implement strategic initiatives.
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Webcast: Learn How Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Tracks $2 Billion in Funding and Over 700 Cross-Agency Projects Without Breaking a Sweat
Presentation Date: Tuesday, August 23, 2016, at 10 a.m.
Presenters: Jeanne McNamara (TRPA) and Matt Deniston (Sitka Technology Group)
For more information and to register, click here.
Conservation Round Table
On June 15, 2016, Sitka hosted a Conservation Manager Roundtable at its offices, with 15 people representing 8 organizations, including:
- Clean Water Services
- Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
- Portland Parks & Recreation
- Puget Sound Partnership
- Eugene Water & Electric Board
- Tahoe Regional Planning Agency
- Environmental Incentives
The group came together to discuss the challenges and opportunities of being a conservation manager. Participants shared successes, challenges, innovative solutions, etc. around key topics such as:
- Measuring success
- Making measures relevant to decision makers
- Open standards
Following the meeting, Sitka published its key findings report ,which summarizes the day's takeaways: Roundtable Overview.
Webcast with Clean Water Services
On June 1, 2016, Sitka Technology Group hosted a TerraTrak-focused webcast with Clean Water Services. Water Resources Specialist Margaret Wagner shared how they used TerraTrak to help plant more than one million plants during the last two planting seasons.