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Chad Ellis explains why LandPKS is going to help empower producers to make them better tomorrow than they are today.
Adane Buni, the Ethiopian LandPKS Coordination Officer, describes how LandPKS is being used for land-use planning in Ethiopia.
David Kimiti uses LandPKS at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya, which manages land for both wildlife conservation and livestock production.
Jeremy Schallner at New Mexico State University uses LandPKS for vegetation monitoring for research and extension.
A two-part video guide to using the LandPKS Vegetation & LandCover module for rapid vegetation monitoring.
A short video training about how to use the LandPKS LandManagement module.
A 5-part video training about how to use the LandPKS LandInfo module.
Better understand LandPKS terminology by referring to our glossary of land-potential terms.
The swift fox is the smallest canid in the United States and gets its name because it can reach speeds of 25 mi/40 km per hour.
Female Pronghorns usually give birth to twins, with young females often giving birth to a single fawn. Pronghorn can reach speeds of 50 mph/80.5 kph and are North America’s fastest mammal.
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