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This page is intended to guide you through the steps required to create, upload and maintain your organization’s pollinator habitat data within the Rights-of-Way as Habitat Database. Refer to this page for future database updates and technical support. More general information about the database can also be found here.
Step 1: Complete the Intake Questionnaire so that we can “deploy” your organization in the database system and create your accounts. After your accounts are created, you will receive details for accessing the database through ArcGIS Online. Fill out this form to request additional ArcGIS online accounts, or access to ArcGIS Pro.
Step 2: Login to your existing or newly created ArcGIS Online account.
Step 3: Collect data (see below).
Step 4: Upload data (see below).
Step 5: Review or edit your organization’s data using ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Pro at any time.
See the Resources list below to find the latest documents that help orient you with the database system. If you are new to the database, we recommend starting with the Database User Guidance document.
Select one or more of the available data collection methods based on your organization’s preferences or existing procedures:
The following data upload options are available:
The database system supports data sharing within your organization with other ROW organizations in the database, with partner organizations, and with the general public. The Data Sharing Levels document identifies which fields can be shared with other organizations at each defined sharing level (i.e., public, basic, and detailed) and which fields are only shared internally within your organization.
Pollinator Habitat Assessment Protocol Tier 1 (Midwest/Northeast)
Pollinator Habitat Assessment Protocol Tier 1 (West/South)
Pollinator Habitat Assessment Protocol Tier 2
Pollinator Habitat Assessment Protocol Tier 3
The Geospatial Habitat Database is made possible through support from…
American Transmission Company
Idaho Department of Transportation
Illinois Department of Transportation
National Fish & Wildlife Foundation
North Central Integrated Pest Management Center
The Field Museum
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service