Category: digital orchard

Whittier College’s “Story of Where”: An Introduction to GIS using Esri StoryMaps

DibLibArts welcomes Shannon Julius, GIS Analyst for the City of Whittier, to campus to offer an introductory workshop in GIS analysis and visualization. Students, Faculty, and Campus Community Members are invited. No prior experience with digital mapping is assumed. All you need is a laptop and your sense of curiosity. WHEN: MAY 1, 2019, 4:30-6:30PM WHERE: …

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Dig Lib Arts Co-Sponsoring Upcoming “Whittier History Orchard” Talk

DigLibArts is co-sponsoring a day-long visit by the renown avocado grower and agricultural preservationist Scott Murray (https://berrygoodfood.org/team/scott-a-murray/) on October 10th, 2018. With over four decades of farming experience, Murray is involved in several innovative coffee-avocado intercropping projects. His method of farming combines agrarian philosophy with what he calls “microchip farming.” Utilizing tech and historic sustainable growing …

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California’s Golden State Brew: A New “Learning Community” Project Supported by DigLibArts

Dig Lib Arts has launched a new Leaning Community Project, “California’s Golden State Brew: Sustainable Coffee-Avocado Production in Southern California.” Led by faculty from the departments of Environmental Science, Theater and Communication Arts, and History, this multi-media interdisciplinary project aims to weave complex multi-layered narratives—agricultural, ecological, cultural, and historical—that have collided in what may be the …

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