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WVSPS Chapter Meeting Listing
The WVSPS has seven active chapters which meet monthly all over the state of West Virginia. Below, you can find their meeting schedule and representatives. Attendance at meetings is worth a potential 3 PDHs per year and are open to everyone. Southern ChapterMercer Co., Summers Co., Wyoming Co., Fayette Co., GreenbrierRead More
On-Site Registration Available for Minimum Standards and Ethics this Friday!
As a reminder, the WVSPS Southern Chapter will be hosting their 2019 Seminar “Minimum Standards & Ethics and Monumental Surveyors” on May 17 in Beckley, WV. If you plan to attend, you may still register on-site Friday morning beginning at 7:00 am. We look forward to seeing you in Beckley!
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 – $20 Compass Land Suveying – $75 Exploring the Old Turnpikes of West Virginia – $25 Native Trees of West Virginia – $10 WVSPS Members canRead More
Map Contest Deadline Extended to January 17, 2019
We have decided to extend the deadline for submission to January 17, 2019. All entries must be postmarked by that date to be eligible for judging. There is NO entry fee and cash prizes are given out for placing entries. For information on submitting your map entry for the 2019 WVSPSRead More
Spaces Still Remain for the 2019 WVSPS Convention in Flatwoods, WV
With the 51st Annual WVSPS Convention just around the corner, we would like to again offer you and your company an invitation to join us as one of our exhibitors. The Convention will be held at the Days Hotel and Conference Center in Flatwoods, WV February 14-16, 2019. You can downloadRead More
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