Conservation Easement Monitoring can be used to routinely inspect conservation easements and monitor conservation easement programs.
It streamlines the inspection of conservation easements established to protect natural resources such as forests, riparian areas, and wildlife. The generation of property reports strengthens communication with conservation easement stakeholders and promotes compliance with the terms of each easement. Conservation Easement Monitoring is typically implemented by forestry departments, natural resource departments, and other conservation organizations that want to take a data-driven approach to managing conservation easements.
The Conservation Easement Monitoring solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you understand current property conditions, inspect conservation easements, monitor conservation easement programs, and engage conservation easement stakeholders.
Learn more about the Conservation Easement Monitoring solution.
This ArcGIS Solution can be deployed in your ArcGIS Online organization.
See Deploy an ArcGIS Solution for more information.
Conservation Easement Monitoring requires the following:
- ArcGIS Online
- ArcGIS Explorer
- ArcGIS Survey123
- Survey123 Connect
Conservation Easement Monitoring includes the following information products:
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Conservation Easement Dashboard
An ArcGIS Dashboards app used by conservation staff to monitor the results and progress of conservation easement inspections
Conservation Easement Survey
An ArcGIS Survey123 form used by fieldworkers to inspect conservation easements
Conservation Easement Monitoring
A map used by fieldworkers to review existing conservation easements and start a routine inspection of a given easement
When you deploy this solution in your ArcGIS organization, you also get an ArcGIS Solution item that organizes the key information products and summarizes all the ArcGIS items (applications, forms, projects, maps, feature layers, feature layer views, and so on) included with the solution. The ArcGIS Solution item also illustrates any dependencies items have on each other.
The following are the release notes: