Climate change is causing the environment to change very quickly. This project uses time lapse cameras located in Alaska communities to monitor change over long time periods. Typically the cameras are mounted at sites selected by local partners and take one image per day. The images are then compiled into videos that help to evaluate important local topics and environmental indicators such as weather, seasonal change, infrastructure, vegetation, erosion, ice conditions and water level. The LEO Community Camera Project is administered by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health. This Google Map provides location of cameras, still images of vantage points, and links to videos located on the Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network YouTube Channel.