Latest News: SCGIS Annual Conference & Call for Abstracts

In light of the ongoing pandemic and the value of connecting our community across continents, the Conference will once again be virtual.  Online sessions will run from July 19th and August 6th. 

Visit the main conference page for more details and information on how to submit an abstract for presentation.  Submission deadline is June 18. 

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The African American Redress Network (AARN) supports organizations on the grassroots, regional and state levels in promoting reparations. Our work addresses U.S. historical racial injustices by facilitating interdisciplinary research, capacity-building, education, and advocacy. We center the needs and goals of our network members as they secure redress at the local level. We focus on fostering collaboration at the local and national levels, supporting and expanding the work of redress activists, and creating a new broad consensus around redress.

Our Mission and Vision

The Society for Conservation GIS (SCGIS) is an all-volunteer, U.S.-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.



To support and grow an inclusive global community using geospatial technology for conservation of biodiversity, natural environments, and cultural heritage.



We envision a sustainable planet fostered by a global conservation GIS community supported through the exchange of scientific knowledge, tools, and best practices.