What is a map? Who has the right to create maps? Is there a right way to create a map? And who decides? With on-going debates over land and natural resources happening around the world, politics often influence who chooses to map our natural landscapes, what values they map, and how they map them. Join Sachi Arakawa, Rebecca McLain, and David Banis at July's virtual Ecology Club to discuss the complexities of mapping contested landscapes, with a case study example of values mapping in the forests of the Olympic Peninsula during the Wild Olympics campaign.