The 2004 Intermountain GIS Conference, sponsored by the Montana GIS Users Group and the Northern Rockies Chapter of URISA , will bring participants together for an exciting week-long program centered in the theme, "GIS — Tools of Discovery" linking the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to modern day geospatial technologies. Billings, Montana is the host city for this year’s conference which will be held April 19-23, 2004 at the Sheraton Hotel in the heart of downtown. This year’s exciting conference is being held in beautiful Billings, Montana during April 19 – 23. This year’s conference will feature a variety of presentations, pre and post conference workshops and a keynote address on the mapping methods and instruments used by Lewis and Clark from Ralph Ehrenberg, past director of the Library of Congress Map Division. Former Wyoming Governor, Jim Geringer, nationally acclaimed advocate of GIS technology and its critical role in formulating and implementing sound public policy, will also be a featured speaker. We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be an exciting and informative conference.
More info available fromhttp://mtgeo.org/conference/conference2004/index.html