Study the maps of Dummerston

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DUMMERSTON — On Tuesday, David Greenewalt will present an evening of studying maps of Dummerston, maps from the very earliest days to current maps that, using the latest technology, show land features and attributes that may surprise some. Attendees will have an opportunity to study maps closely and ask questions.

This program is free and children are encouraged to attend. It will begin at 7 p.m., downstairs in the Dummerston Church at the corner of Middle and East West roads.

Greenewalt moved to Dummerston in 2002. He is interested in maps and the role of computers and programming in their production using GIS. He has been making tax maps for towns in southern Vermont for the past 20 years. Previously, he worked at the Windham Regional Commission producing maps, where he was introduced to GIS.



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