GIS: 2010 GIS Day Poster Winners

GIS Day Poster Awards and Pictures: Thank you for voting and congratulations to those who won in the "People's Choice Awards"!  We'd like to thank all of those who participated and demonstrated how GIS is utilized within their towns and agencies.  To review all of the posters, please select: GIS Day Posters.
And the "People's Choice Award" Goes To........
  1. 1st Place: Quinnipiac River Gorge Trail: City of Meriden
    {Quinnipiac River Gorge Trail}
  2. 2nd Place: Conserved Lands and Watersheds: Canterbury
    {Canterbury Conservation Map}
  3. 3rd Place: Integration of GIS & Graphic Art Applications (VHB)
The Honorable Mention for "Best Use of GIS".......
  1. for "Municipal Importance": Why is GIS like an Octopus? (Torrington)
    {Town of Torrington Why is GIS Like an Octopus}
  2. for "Importance to Conservation": Outstanding Resource Value Water Quality: (Lower Farmington River/Salmon River Wild & Scenic Study)
    {Salmon Brook Wild and Scenic Study}
  3. to "Support Public Safety/Emergency Response": Milk Embargo Areas in a Radiological Emergency Exercise (CT Dept of Emergency Mgt & Homeland Security (DEMHS))
    {FEMA Milk Embargo}
  4. to "Demonstrate Technical Capabilities": Breathing New Life into Old Data (Torrington)
    {Breathing New Life into Old Data}
  5. to "Solve a Social Problem": Identifying Clusters of Clients Reporting a High Need for Substance Abuse Treatment (CT DCF)
    {Project SAFE DCF and DMHAS}
  6. to "Solve an Environmental Problem": New Britain 2010 Health Education Lead Poisoning Project (New Britain High School H.E.L.P. Program and New Britain Water Department)
    {New Britain Health Education Lead Poisoning}
  7. to "Solve a Fiscal/Economic Issue": HOMEConnecticut: Continued Municipal Progress (United Way)
    {United Way Project HOMECT}
  8. to "Showcase an Agency/Organization": Use of GIS in Management of Shellfish Growing Areas (CT Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture)
    {DOA Management of Shellfish}
The "Special Category: Maps as Art" Goes To........
  1. Integration of GIS & Graphic Art Applications (VHB)

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