This website is a living archive of the beautiful expressions of home made worldwide! You will find examples throughout, especially on the Maps and Projects pages. We provide a timeline of our history, and our blog shares the news.
Here are locations where our archives are available to the public, too:
New York Public Library, Map Room, NYC:
More than 550 Green Maps and 300 education and outreach materials made around the world are available at this iconic reference library. Icon posters and copies of all the books published by Green Mapmakers are also available here. This is a living collection in the Main Branch, as described here.
University of Victoria (UVic) Library, BC Canada:
Globally produced academic research papers; engagement and educational resources; beautiful local Green Map projects and conference presentations made with First Nation and community groups; selected global Green Maps, and ?materials collected for the book, ‘Mapping our Common Ground’. Public welcome during open hours
Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, NYC:
Green Map Icon posters and a handful of example Green Maps are available by appointment.
Prelinger Archives, online:
Green Maps and print materials collected by San Francisco Green Mapmakers are deposited here but " target="_blank">not yet online.
Library of Congress, Washington DC:
During our organization’s first decade, the Library of Congress would contact us periodically and purchase copies of all the newest Green Maps. Approximately 100 Green Maps are on deposit here.
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