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Congratulations to the June 2019 CFedS

Congratulations!

  • Eric Ansart
  • William Bradley
  • Paul Fridley
  • Julia Keilman
  • Richard Mulliken
  • James Nordlund
  • Peter Paulus
  • Quentin Schukar
  • Robin Suber
  • David Ulrey

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2019 APLS Conference - Private-Federal Boundary Determination

For those CFedS who attended the Arizona (APLS) 2019 Convention CFedS Workshop: Private-Federal Boundary Determination – Scottsdale, Arizona May 9, 2019, you can download the workshop handout by selecting the link below.

You will receive a total of 2 CFedS Continuing Education Credits upon successfully passing the quiz.

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Washington DC Chief Cadastral Surveyor Announced

The BLM is happy to announce that Dominica Van Koten has been selected as the new permanent Washington DC Chief Cadastral Surveyor. Dominica has spent the last 11 years as the BLM Eastern States Office, Chief Cadastral Surveyor.

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New CFedS Panel Members Appointed

Don Buhler, Chief Cadastral Surveyor, has appointed Jan Michael 'Looking Wolf' Reibach and Anthony O'Rourke to the CFedS Panel, effective immediately. Jan is the new Tribal representative and Tony is an at large representative.

Jan is a member of the Kalapuya Tribe, part of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Indian Community of Oregon. He is the Tribal Lands Manager with first-hand experience working with the Standards for Indian Trust Lands Boundary Evidence and the CFedS program. Jan has a degree in Real Estate Science, with 15 years’ experience in federal realty and will being a unique perspective to the Panel.

Tony is a Yurok Tribal member, Land Surveyor in Training, and has worked in Indian country for the last fourteen years. He developed the Yurok Land Management GIS and Survey Divisions for the Yurok Tribe. He was instrumental in making the Yurok Tribe the first in the lower 48 States to compact the cadastral field survey function. He has experience dealing with tribal trust lands, tribal assignments, allotments, right-of-way issues, trespass, overlap, and water boundary issues on the Yurok Reservation. He will bring a tribal surveyor's perspective to the many land boundary issues facing Tribes today.

Added: Monday, February 27, 2012

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