Stroud Water Research Center’s WikiWatershed web tools offer rapid visualization of watershed data, advanced geospatial analysis capabilities, and science-based predictions of human impacts on stormwater runoff and water quality. We’re very excited to have made the top 20 list of civic tech websites for urban planners and city makers and the top five list for public services and open tools!
[F]or this ranking, we searched for the most relevant and useful civic tech platforms for urban planners and city builders; and have selected a list of the top five most visited websites in four categories: open data, crowdsourcing, community engagement, and public service. — The Global Grid
Congratulations @WikiWatershed! #5 Top Civic Tech Website for Public Services and Open Tools. #OpenGovWeek #OpenGov #renewtrust #civictech #urbanplanning #govtech MT @opengovpart https://t.co/HzLXM1P14P
— The Global Grid (@theglobalgrid) May 10, 2018
Stay tuned … a new release of the web app is coming soon!
WikiWatershed has been funded by: National Science Foundation (grants DRL #0929763 and DRL #1418133) ~ William Penn Foundation ~ Stroud Water Research Center ~ Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation ~ The Dansko Foundation ~ Generous donations from Peter Kjellerup and Mandy Cabot