Indigenous Mapping Day - August 9th

Join NCAI and Google for the first ever Indigenous Mapping Day on August 9th.

In partnership with the National Congress of American Indians, and in honor of the United Nation's International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, Google Map Maker, Google Earth Outreach and the Google American Indian Network are proud to present Google's first ever Indigenous Mapping Day on August 9, 2013.

A MapUp is a group of people coming together to improve how Google Maps represents their community. You and the members of your tribal community can add local roads, schools, health facilities, tribal offices and more. You can even map in your tribe's native language. Google Map Maker currently supports Cherokee, Navajo, Inuktitut, Inupiaq, Kalaallisut, and Hawaiian. 

There is still time to pledge to edit in your community! Simply complete this form.  

For more information please visit Google's MapUp Guidelines webpage, or the Frequently Asked Questions webpage. To learn more about Google Mapmaker features view Google's YouTube Tutorial webpage.