Service Providers

Contact NameSamantha Briggs
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Organization NameIzaak Walton League of America
City & StateGaithersburg, MD
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Organizational Phone Number(301) 548-0150
Employees50 or less
Service & Support LanguagesEnglish
Websiteiwla.org
Geographies
  • County, local, or sub-state
  • State level
  • Multiple states, or regional
  • National
Additional geographic informationAll States
Water Body Scales
  • Small, wade-able streams
Water Data Collaborative Framework Areas
  • Monitors collect data; including apps for collecting data, lab reports, and paper reporting solutions
  • Local data storage; including relational databases (GIS/SQL/Access), and any online or Excel based solutions, and also including data clean-up/standardization
  • Analyze and visualize data; including set up for analysis of collected data and visualization (see example mediums in Framework)
  • Data informs action; including data modeling, planning for the future, prioritizing
  • Open data portals and data resources; including local/state/national data portals, and integration with online tools for analysis/visualization/modeling
Other Completed Projects

Save Our Streams: water quality monitoring training, to train groups how to do simple streamside biological and chemical monitoring - www.iwla.org/sos
Winter Salt Watch: crowdsourced chloride data showing the impacts of road salt - www.iwla.org/saltwatch
Clean Water Hub: integrating groups and their data into the national Clean Water Hub Database - www.cleanwaterhub.org

References

John Dawes, The Commons, dawes@chesapeakecommons.org

Project Price Ranges
  • Less than $1,000
  • $1,000-$2,500
  • $2,500-$5,000
  • $5,00-$10,000
  • $10,000-$20,000
Minimum Project Budget SizeNo
Discounted Rates for Non-Profit Organizations?Yes
Typical Client Types
  • State governments
  • Non-profits/NGOs
  • The general public
Do you follow FAIR Data Principles?Yes, these principles are always followed