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NDSPLS CFedS Workshops on February 6, 2020

For those CFedS who attended the NDSPLS CFedS Workshops on February 6, 2020 you can download the workshop handouts by selecting the links below.

Please note that the files are large.

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

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Jacobsen-Downer (The Rest of the Story) – Fresno, CA, Jan 24, 2020

For those CFedS who attended the Jacobsen-Downer (The Rest of the Story) – 59th Annual Fresno State Geo-Eng Conference, Fresno, CA, Jan 24, 2020, you can download the workshop handout by selecting the link below.

Please note that the file is large.

You will receive a total of 1 CFedS Continuing Education Credits upon successfully passing the quiz.

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Congratulations to the October 2019 CFedS

Congratulations!

  • Thomas Hannah
  • Joseph Kraft
  • Michael Riley
  • Aaron Skattum
  • Keith Whisenhunt
  • Adam Weirich

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Tribal Land Staff National Conference, Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel

The Tribal Land Staff National Conference, March 22-24, 2016, at the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel, in Worley, Idaho, will be the 6th gathering of tribal land and natural resources staff. The Conference is a go-to event for tribal land professionals and other professionals who come together from across the country to enjoy three days of informative sessions and networking opportunities. Exhibitors enjoy meaningful contacts with tribal decision-makers while promoting their products and services (choice sponsorship opportunities are also available).

Over the past five years, 142 tribes have sent their representatives to the event. Last spring, 23 of the record 79 tribes represented were newcomers. Attendees include tribal decision-makers and key personnel: realty directors; title and records managers; natural resources staff; surveyors; engineers; land planners; GIS specialists; lawyers; and other professionals who oversee property ownership and management issues. The Conference will be more accessible to you next month at Coeur d’Alene than it may be for some time, as it moves around the country each year. And more than 40% of our past attendees have come from the Pacific Northwest and surrounding states.

I hope this unique event sparks your interest as a CFed. I work with the Indian Land Tenure Foundation (ILTF), a national non-profit organization assisting Indian nations and individuals across the country in matters involving their land (www.iltf.org). Each year, ILTF co-hosts this remarkable event with the National Tribal Land Association (NTLA). NTLA is a professional association of key tribal land staff and natural resources personnel who administer tribal land ownership and management operations (www.ntla.info).

Learn more here. Link to exhibitor registration here.

Please feel free to contact me at (651) 766-8999 or dgarelick@iltf.org with any questions that you might have.

I hope to meet you at the Conference next month!
Many thanks for your consideration.

David Garelick
Corporate Relations Officer
Indian Land Tenure Foundation

Added: Monday, February 22, 2016

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