New Member from NY
I would like to preface this post with the fact that I have been lurking on this website for the past 5 years or so. I have learned a lot from the conversions I have viewed on this forum. A lot of smart people here. I am a mapping professional of sorts and have done a lot of conservation and agricultural infrastructure projects in NY & PA (mostly in NY now). I have done quite a bit topo surveying and stakeout, GPS & GIS mapping. Worked with dairy and crop producers using GPS (precision agriculture) and variable rate integration on farms. Also had a short stint of doing LiDAR classification and photogrammetry work. I would not call myself a surveyor of any sorts, but have a lot of respect for all that surveying does (as well as the other mapping professionals out there). Thanks for letting me look over your shoulders on this board for such a long time and looking forward to maybe passing along some of the things I have learned.
30 degrees in Arkansas this morning.
Stove is going.
I fed the ducks and chickens extra corn this morning. Welcome to this forum. There's more ahead, in surveying, than we yet have imagined.
Surveying is more than a Job----it is a passion to provide a foundation for future generation, that is beyond reproach.