1st GeoHackJam: Critical Minerals
GeoHackJams are a series of monthly participatory events starting March 2017. The purpose of the GeoHackJam is to encourage the use of open data as well as free and open source geospatial and visualization tools. The goal is to creatively tackle challenges that are pitched by projects and produce quick and innovative proof-of-concepts. This event is open to the public and intended to engage USGS scientists, domain experts in minerals, GIS experts, government and industry partners, academia and students, technology developers, designers and artists, data scientists, and communicators. Each GeoHackJam is organized around the following theme each month:

March 2017: Critical Minerals and Resources
April 2017: Threats to Public Lands, Parks, and Biodiversity
May 2017: Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science GeoApps

Register here for the 1st GeoHackJam on March 17-18, 2017 at USGS Reston, VA and Washington, DC!
More information on GeoHackJams and the Agenda for the 1st GeoHackJam is available at:

DAY 1: FRIDAY, MARCH 17 (10:00 am - 7:00 pm) at U.S. Geological Survey (Reston, VA)

DAY 2: SATURDAY, MARCH 18 (11:00 am - 7:00 pm) at WeWork Chinatown (Washington, DC)

POST-GeoHackJam: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22 (6:00 - 8:00 PM) at Development Seed (Washington, DC)
Register Here for DevSeed Mappy Hour: http://bit.ly/MappyHourDevSeed

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