The Forgotten People Interactive Map provides users the ability to perform basic spatial analysis functions as well as visualize proximity to some of the environmental hazards in the Navajo Nation. There are several features on this website that enables users to perform a variety of tasks. First, an “identify” widget allows viewers to select features such as coal plants, water stations, unregulated water sources, active uranium mines, and abandoned uranium mines. Users can also sort by feature attributes. For instance, viewers can select categories of water sources by different risk characterizations. A bookmark widget is the next user tool that allows users to volunteer geographic information using the ESRI flex viewer and save spatial locations or add their own location such as additional uranium hazard locations and water sources with latitude and longitude. The third, fourth, and fifth widgets include a tool for finding addresses, a draw and measure tool, and a print tool.