The Land Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS) is a program that aims to increase access to global and local land potential knowledge. The program develops innovative mobile data collection and analysis methods and tools to support local land use planning and to optimize design and implementation of food security, land restoration, climate change adaptation and biodiversity conservation programs.
USAID’s Office of Land Tenure and Resource Management is working with USDA’s Agricultural Research Service to support LandPKS development and field testing.
- Jeffrey Herrick, LandPKS Global Lead, USDA Agricultural Research Service
- Adam Beh, LandPKS Global Coordinator, USDA Agricultural Research Service
- Lilian Ndungu, LandPKS GIS & Data Coordinator, Regional Center for Mapping of Resources for Development
- Ioana Bouvier, LandPKS USAID Agreement Manager, USAID/E3/LTRM
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