Regenerative Design Mapping Webinar

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Join Theron Beaudreau of Integrated Acres for our Regenerative Design Mapping webinar Wednesday, July 27th @ 7pm CST. This webinar will get you started using Google Earth Pro (GEP) for regenerative design. We’ll cover some of the advantages and disadvantages of GEP for design. You will also have the opportunity to look at how to use some plugins to aid the analysis and design process. Be prepared to employ some of the lessons from the Regrarians’ Platform to layout some basic design considerations on a real farm.

At Integrated Acres we know how important your time and money are to you. Whether you are just starting out as a new farmer, developing a sustainable homestead or, want to make your current operation more profitable and resilient, we have the knowledge and tools to help you get where you want to go without spending an arm and a leg. Contact us for more info on how we can help move you closer to your visions.

In this one hour webinar we’ll walk you through how to use Google Earth Pro to map out a watershed. Watershed mapping can be important in high rainfall environments or anywhere flood risks are high. Calculating the maximum rainfall event and knowing the runoff coefficient of the landscape upstream of you can save you a lot of time and grief. Don’t miss this important webinar!

How to Watch

To get the most out of this experience please download Google Earth Pro (free!) from this link. For the Username use your email address and GEPFREE as the License Key to access the full featured version of Google Earth Pro.

Go to the Google Event here to join the webinar.

You can now watch the full video on YouTube here:

Webinar Resources

TNRIS GIS data download:!/statewide

MyTopo Geo-referenced maps:

Runoff Coefficient Calculator:

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