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Measurements Are the Evidence in Retracement Surveys Reader Feedback: Correction on Career Notes Column

WVSPS Administrative Offices Closed for Labor Day

The WVSPS Administrative Office will be closed on Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 3. We would like to wish everyone a safe holiday!

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Measurements Are the Evidence in Retracement Surveys Is Land Surveying Art or Craft?

Ways to Earn PDH Credit with WVSPS

Did you know that you can receive PDHs for writing articles for the WVSPS Newsletter? If you write an article for the WVSPS Newsletter and it gets published, you can earn 1 PDH per hour (up to 10 per year) you spent writing your article! To submit your articles, pleaseRead More

WVSPS Elkins Chapter Invites You to Their Annual Picnic

The Elkins Chapter of WVSPS is hosting their annual picnic at the Elkins City Park on Friday, August 23rd and beginning at 5 PM. The picnic will be held in the pavilion beside Sycamore Street.   Gathering begins at 5:00, picnic begins at 5:30 and will conclude with checking of compassesRead More

Registration Now Open For the SHS Rendezvous 2019

The Surveyors Historical Society, in cooperation with the Utah Council of Land Surveyors, is preparing to visit Salt Lake City this year for the annual Surveyors’ Rendezvous – to be held September 18 – 21, 2019 at the Doubletree by Hilton Salt Lake City Airport. The event theme is “Surveys and SurveyorsRead More

DVDs and Books Available in the WVSPS Store

As you may know, WVSPS maintains a bookstore on the WVSPS website. Currently, we have the following books listed for sale: Boundaries in West Virginia Roads and Streams – $35 Compass Land Surveying – $75 Exploring the Old Turnpikes of West Virginia – $35 Native Trees of West Virginia – $30 WVSPS Members canRead More

On-Site Registration Available for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Buried Treasure & Unsung Hero

As a reminder, the Eastern Panhandle Chapter will be hosting their 2019 Seminar series this Friday, July 19 in Martinsburg, WV. If you plan to attend, you may still register on-site beginning at 7 am at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg. This year’s seminar series, “Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Buried Treasure & Unsung Hero,” will addressRead More

Spaces Still Remain for Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Buried Treasure & Unsung Hero – July 19

There’s still time left to register for the Eastern Panhandle Chapter seminar on Friday, July 19 at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg, WV. Joseph D. Fenicle, PS will be presenting. This year’s seminar series, “Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Buried Treasure & Unsung Hero,” will address UAS, Ground Penetrating Radar and surveys across America by the state lineRead More

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