The Future & How You Can Help|
For the last 6 years over 99% of what we have made available on this website is free. We support our work through occasional map sales and consulting jobs, but this is not enough. There is much more that we would, we should and we would make available if only we had the resources to do so. With your help we can do this. There are several ways that you can help in our efforts.
Donations are the most direct way of helping support this work. If you think that this is something valuable and important and are able to donate, please do so. Any amount is greatly appreciated. If you are not able, that's fine too. We are glad you can make good use of what you find here. Just click the "donate" button and you can send any amount you wish ($5, $10, $25, $100, more?) securely and instantly via PayPal.
You can also send your donations to us as follows:
Clary-Meuser Research Network
321 Cedar Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Another way to help is by purchasing our TRI 2000 maps and our federal lands maps. (Note: that this is also a simple way of using your credit card to make a donation.)
Word-of-mouth promotion is always appreciated. Please recommend this tutorial to others. If you have a website, you can recommend this tutorial by linking to http://www.mapcruzin.com/learn_to_map/.
Finally, you can hire us to do a mapping or research project or to help you do one yourself. Click here for more information.
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educational and research resources.
We created the first U.S. based
interactive toxic chemical facility
maps on the internet in 1996 and we
have been online ever since. Learn more about us and view some of our projects and services.
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