The ESRI Conservation
Program is now part of the new "Special
Programs" non-profit support group at esri (aka Environmental Systems Research
Institute). Through our donations, We have helped to create and develop spatial analysis, computer
mapping and geographic information systems (GIS) capability among thousands
of non-profit organizations and individual projects of all sizes and types
worldwide. We've also been part of the founding and international work of the Society for Conservation GIS (SCGIS)
For GIS software grants, the ECP email form is finally being augmented by the new & much simpler webform for esri grants . For any grants that involve maintenance, training, conference passes, data, support needs, legacy reasons, problems with the webform or any other reasons feel free to still use the ecp email form and/or contact us directly (ecp2 at esri dot com) (see also: esri Special Programs/Grants: Education . Disaster . Nonprofit . Conservation)
New: SCGIS International Chapter Guide Public Draft Released
New: "Conservation Tech" blog/group on Geonet!
New: 2015 Proceedings now LIVE! Now adding Training Course Proceedings PDFs and Map Gallery PDF's
New: Now adding Scholar Profiles and abstracts from 2014 conference
ECP ArcGIS online site: (groups, shared data, ecological map services)
3d European SCGIS Conference announced Oct 11-12, 2016
2016 Developer Summit Proceedings just released
New Drone2Map blog series
Ecol Society America talk on a national ecological map overlay
Scgis Scholar Web GIS Training: Map Gallery
Scgis Scholar Profiles:(2015) . 2016
Scgis Proceedings (now being posted for all prior conferences)
Conservation Planning textbook: The Craighead Center For Landscape Conservation is a national scientific center using GIS to advance conservation theory and make it more available and applicable to practicioners and land planners worldwide. "Conservation Planning" was co-edited by Dr. Lance Craighead and Charles Convis and published by esri press.
Conservation Mapping Contest
ArcGis for NGO's! ESRI's NGO/NPO now offers nonprofits 1-year subscriptions to ArcGis for an annual admin fee. These are download only with no phone tech support but easy to order.