CFedS Workshop (Fri.)
Presented by: Steve Parrish PLS
Landslide Report - Case 3 - Wallace Creek Expanded
Every licensed surveyor knows, or should know, the importance of thorough research. The research includes but is not limited to, written, testimonial, and physical evidence pertinent to a subject survey. The late C. Albert White provides a great overview of the landslide and survey conditions in the Wallace Creek area. This workshop will expand on the details of the landslide and results of the four (4) surveys presented by the Forest Surveyor who completed survey number 4. Actual photographs of the survey site will enhance the experience.
Moving Original GLO Monuments
Just because you find an original GLO monument set firmly in the ground doesn’t always mean it is at the location it was set by the original GLO surveyor. This workshop will explore a few survey situations where firmly set GLO monuments were uprooted and reset at another location - and the rationale supporting the decisions.
Stoddard Jacobsen/Robert C. Downer IBLA Decisions The Rest of the Story
The 79 page Stoddard Jacobsen/Robert C. Downer IBLA Continuing Education course provides great detail about the numerous differences of opinion between opposing parties, confusion on the part of the IBLA, and conflicting evidence. This workshop will provide additional “behind the scene” information and photos of field evidence from a person personally involved in the field evaluation of critical GLO corner monuments.
Landslide Report - Case 3 - Wallace Creek Expanded and Stoddard Jacobsen - The Rest of the Story, are NEW CFedS CE courses and not duplicates of the existing CE courses. 2 CFedS credit hours are available for this event. For those requiring CFedS credit hours an additional $50 fee which goes directly to CFedS will be charged.