ArkansasView is a member of the AmericaView consortium, a nationally-coordinated network promoting and supporting the use of remote sensing within each state. Established in 2002 by University of Arkansas’ Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST), ArkansasView has been a strong supporter of remote sensing within the Center, the campus community, and throughout the state. Recent efforts have focused on a) the development of new degree and certificate programs including PhD Geosciences, MS Geography, and online certificates in geospatial technologies aligned with remote sensing, b) collaboration with faculty and graduate students in Arkansas seeking to apply remote sensing in their research, c) advances in geospatial provenance (the ability to understand and replicate remote sensing workflows) as featured in Remote Sensing Handbook (CRC Press), and d) advances in geospatial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Through a recent 2014-2016 partnership with Communities Unlimited, a nonprofit organization serving communities in Arkansas and six neighboring states, ArkansasView sponsored a new geospatial internship for developing remote sensing-assisted workflows that address persistently poor rural communities’ access to basic water infrastructure. In 2016-2017 ArkansasView played a key role in the creation of the first two UAS courses at University of Arkansas. These courses are strongly supporting new agricultural, environmental, and other UAS applications in Arkansas.