News & Announcements
Are you interested in presenting at the 8th Tribal Land Staff National Conference to be held April 10-12, 2018 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino? The conference will offer 27 sessions speaking to important issues facing tribal land professionals. The theme for 2018 is: Adapting Land Management Practices In A Changing Environment
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Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn announced on December 18, 2014 a final rule that will allow the Department of the Interior to accept land into trust for federally recognized Alaska tribes. For more information and to read the press release as well as the final rule, visit the Indian Land Forum. Must have an account and be logged in to access content.
Scholarships available for Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) or Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) to earn CFedS certification. Five scholarships are being offered, valued at $1,200 each, to cover the costs of the CFedS training material, comprised of video lectures, exercises, web problems and web courses, a pre-printed Study Guide, as well as related fees for examination and certification. For more information and to apply, click here.
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