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Top FIVE Earth Day Apps



Timmons Group partners with Natural Resource clients from across the country to deliver innovative solutions that make their lives easier, more efficient, and help them provide exceptional service to their clients.  Many of our clients are public-service forestry, fish & wildlife, and environmental regulatory agencies working tireless hours with passion for individual missions.  We continuously seek out projects that allow us to help our partners with their goals to promote sustainability in our complex world.

In celebration of Earth Day, we have selected just a few of our projects from the past year that depict our dedication to sustainability and the conservation of our precious natural resources.

Enjoy!

1.) Texas Forest Service Community Assessor
Texas A&M Forest Service



Used by the TFS Wildland Urban Interface (WUI), this web and mobile application will allow for wildfire risk assessments, production of data and reports, and delineation of community boundaries.

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2.) Nevada Natural Resources and Fire Information Portal
Nevada Division of Forestry



This portal is a natural resources management application with the aim of facilitating effective wildfire mitigation, fire prevention and post-fire rehabilitation.

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3.) Utah Focus Area Manager
Utah Forestry, Fire, and State Lands



Utah recently expanded this portal to include a Focus Area Manager (FAM) module that will allow users to create focus areas for wildfire mitigation efforts.

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4.) MO Fishing
Missouri Department of Conservation



Timmons Group made enhancements to the Missouri Department of Conservation's fishing app for anglers. The app includes custom maps, best bets maps, driving directions and a fish guide with species found in Missouri waters.

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5.) Texas Forest Service Tree Count Mobile App
Texas A&M Forest Service



Urban forestry managers can now collect and display tree data through the use of GPS, record tree attributes, upload photos, connect with ArcGIS Online, and upload or export inventory through this new application.

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