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Telling stories with maps.

Bell Geographic was founded by Earl Bell, a geographer by education (BA, Texas Tech – go Red Raiders!), whose hands-on, in-the-field experience combines cutting-edge technology with good old-fashioned know-how. We focus on providing geographic information system (GIS) services and data management for small communities, conservation organizations, tribal entities and non-profits.

All our maps come from us being outside “in” the area we’re representing. We’re collaborative, which means we enjoy being part of our clients’ teams and an integral part of their operations. Especially when they do not have the resources to manage their own GIS. We also find the best partners to pull in when necessary.

Our favorite clients are as enthusiastic about maps as we are. Well, maybe not quite as enthusiastic. But they do have a critical need for GIS services and data collection. And they appreciate what you can do with a good map – effectively manage the land and forests under their charge, know exactly where their infrastructural assets lie and their condition, or find that perfect fly-fishing spot or mountain bike trail. They also appreciate our two decades of expertise, collaborative style and ability to create useful maps and information systems that tell a story about their achievements.

Our recreation, fly fishing and trails maps are sold at outdoor stores and fly shops throughout New Mexico. Because we love the rich, diverse and enchanting New Mexico outdoors.

And we love telling stories with our maps.

A Few of Our Clients

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Ecoservants
Mescalero Apache Tribe
Carlsbad County, New Mexico
Eddy County, New Mexico
Lincoln County, New Mexico
Village of Capitan
Village of Cloudcroft
Village of Ruidoso
Sierra Soil & Water Conservation District
Otero Soil & Water Conservation District
Upper Hondo Soil & Water Conservation District
U.S. Army
U.S. Forest Service

A Few of Our Clients

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Ecoservants
Mescalero Apache Tribe
Carlsbad County, New Mexico
Eddy County, New Mexico
Lincoln County, New Mexico
Village of Capitan
Village of Cloudcroft
Village of Ruidoso
Sierra Soil & Water Conservation District
Otero Soil & Water Conservation District
Upper Hondo Soil & Water Conservation District
U.S. Army
U.S. Forest Service

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