ArcGIS for Parks and Gardens helps put geographic information to work at arboreta, botanical gardens, cemeteries, display gardens, historical landscapes, natural reserves, parks, private estates, zoos, and more with maps and applications powered by the ArcGIS platform.


Organize Your Geographic Information

The ArcGIS for Parks and Gardens solution includes a harmonized information model of maps, map services, and GIS datasets that brings your operations to life and connects silos of data. Configure the information model in ArcGIS Desktop to meet specific business needs in your organization and load your current geographic data to quickly deploy the maps and applications in your organization.

Learn how to setup the Parks and Gardens Information Model

Organize Your Geographic Information

Configure Your Online Mapping Platform

Leverage an ArcGIS Online model implementation for subscription accounts to configure a mapping platform for your park or garden. It provides a pattern you can follow to deploy Esri's cloud-based GIS platform to manage your geographic content and deliver focused maps and applications to knowledge workers in your organization and the visitors you serve.

Learn how to configure ArcGIS Online for Public Gardens

Configure Your Online Mapping Platform

Create Basemaps for Your Garden

Create beautiful high-resolution, multi-scale basemaps for your park or garden with a pair of ArcGIS Desktop map templates. They provide the data storage, symobology, and labeling to quickly create and publish a light gray canvas and color basemap for use as a background for all of your desktop, web, and mobile maps and applications.

Learn how to create a Canvas Basemap or Color Basemap

Create Basemaps for Your Garden

Map Your Living Plant Collections

Start mapping your living plant collections in the field quickly with a configuration of Collector for ArcGIS for parks and gardens. It provides a template to create focused living plant collection maps that can be used to easily create and update your collection inventory on mobile devices in the garden.

Learn how to configure Collection Mapper

Map Your Living Plant Collections

Share a Story with Your Visitors

Inform, educate, entertain, and inspire your visitors with a combination of intelligent web maps, multimedia, and descriptive text using a Story Map that provides interpretive information about features of interest in your park or garden.

Explore the UC Davis Arboretum Oaks Gone Wild! Map Tour Story Map.

Share a Story with Your Visitors
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