Mapping social media in parks and other open spaces
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caliparks.org

Stories pour out of our parks every day. This project is visualizing Instagram content using the actual boundaries of our parks, so that we can start to understand how people feel about their favorite open spaces. Taken together these stories make plain that parks are integral to the lives of all Californians. They are evidence for the argument that access to open space must be protected—and expanded—for all and that parks need our support. This is also a tool that park rangers, managers, and advocates can use to understand how people are using parks and to connect with their customers and supporters.

The App

All code is in app directory.

To deploy

First, add the heroku remotes to git.

heroku git:remote -a caliparks-production -r production
heroku git:remote -a stamen-caliparks-dev -r staging

Then deploy like so:

Production

git push production `git subtree split --prefix app parksforward-redesign`:master --force

or

npm run deploy:production

Staging

git push staging `git subtree split --prefix app parksforward-redesign`:master --force

or

npm run deploy:staging

The Harvesters

Interested in the social media harvesters which make this all possible? Sure you are! They are in a different branch