The Friday Feature 04.09.2021
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We know how busy you are and that sometimes The Friday Feature gets buried in the long list of emails you haven't had time to read, so we have added a feature to help make it easier to read them. In addition to the weekly email you will receive, you can now find links to the last few weeks of The Friday Feature on the Resources page.
You can find all of the details for the current seminars being offered below and on the calendar.
CFS Update Live Webinar
Friday, April 16, 2021
Instructors: Steve Garrett
12:30pm-4:30pm (4 PDHs)
Click Here to Register Online
ALTA Survey Update and Review
with the SW Piedmont Chapter
Friday, April 23, 2021
Location: Zion Baptist Church
525 W. Zion Church Rd.
Topics: "ALTA Survey Update and Review"
Instructors: Steve Amos
8:00am-4:30pm (7.5 PDHs) Lunch Provided
Price: $125 members/$150 nonmembers
Click Here to Register Online
Basic Photogrammetry (Photogrammetry Competency Course, Sect 2)
Friday, May 21, 2021 (Limited to 20)
331 S White St. Wake Forest, NC
Topic: Basic Photogrammetry
Instructor: Peggy Fersner & Dr. Jerry Nave
8:00am-5:00pm (8 PDHs) Lunch Provided
Price: Member $250 / NonMember $300
Prerequisite: Section 2 (You may sign up for Section 2 & 3 at the same time, but you will need to pass Section 2 before attending Section 3.)
Required Materials: A calculator with Trig functionality and a laptop with a minimum of 8 RAM available memory for software download.
Click Here for Full Description - Call The Office to Register
U.S. Senators Jim Risch (R-Idaho) and Angus King (I-Maine) introduced the bipartisan Modernizing Access to Our Public Land (MAPLand) Act. The MAPLand Act would digitize recreational access information and make those resources available to the public. The legislation would also provide federal land management agencies with funding and guidance to create comprehensive databases of available map-based agency records related to recreational access and use.
These records include information regarding legal easements and rights-of-way across private land, year-round or seasonal closures of roads and trails, as well as restrictions on vehicle-type, boundaries of areas where special rules or prohibitions apply to hunting and shooting, and areas of public waters that are closed to watercraft or have horsepower restrictions. Click Here to read the bill.
Register Today for the NCSS Spring Golf Tournament!
Bring a client or a friend and enjoy a day of golfing at the NCSS Annual Spring Golf Tournament on May 14th at River Ridge Golf Club in Raleigh. Registration fee of $125/person includes lunch, greens fee, cart, range balls, refreshments during play and dinner following play. If your team wins, you get your money back! Register Online or click here for a paper registration form.
Schedule for Day of Tournament Friday, May 14th - NEW TIME THIS YEAR!
Send your preferred teammate's names to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please call the office at 919-556-9848 if you need assistance registering or if you would like to pay by check.
We are still accepting sponsorships! Call us for details.
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There are so many job opportunities out there, no matter what position you might be looking for. Find a complete and up-to-date list of current Job Postings on the NCSS website.
This week we are highlighting SURV-KAP, LLC. Our sustaining members support NCSS yearly through functions such as our annual conference, golf tournaments, and membership. We hope to reciprocate these benefits through the mutual support of their companies. To show our appreciation we highlight one sustaining member each week in the Friday Feature. Whenever possible, please consider them first for your business needs and mention your membership with NCSS. Click Here for a Complete List of Sustaining Members