The goal of this week-long workshop is to provide practicing professionals and students with a working knowledge of photogrammetry. Participants will receive instruction on photogrammetry, including the associated equipment, field work planning and techniques, processing, and products. Upon completion, participants will be able to describe the advantages and disadvantages of each technique, understand their applications, and define and articulate goals when designing a photogrammetry documentation project.
$750 (housing provided)
$500 (housing provided, Federal employees and students only)
$500 (no housing provided)
Neffra Matthews, Bureau of Land Management
Tom Noble, TN Photogrammetry LLC, Bureau of Land Management (Retired)
Cabins: The sleeping cabins are equipped with electricity, hot/cold running water, showers, flush toilets, baseboard heat, beds and mattresses, and side tables. Bed linens, blankets, and pillows are provided by the Western Center for Historic Preservation (WCHP). Baths are either private or shared between two sleeping quarters. Cabins DO NOT have phones, internet connections, TVs, clocks, or kitchens. A shared kitchen is located in the Main Cabin. Food preparation and storage is not permitted in the sleeping cabins.
The sleeping cabins maintain their dude ranch character and guests should expect that they may be sharing bedrooms and bathrooms with other guests.
One sleeping cabin at White Grass has been rehabilitated according to ADA standards. For specifics about this cabin or to reserve it, please contact the White Grass Ranch caretaker in advance of your stay. Any Personal Care Attendant(s) needed will be the responsibility of the resident.
It is an idyllic and ideal place to both study and experience historic preservation, and to learn and practice photogrammetry. Please join us!
If you have questions about housing, please contact Erin Gibbs, email@example.com.
Friends of NCPTT Events Cancellation Policy
Since workshops and conferences fill quickly, please sign up as early as possible. If you need to withdraw from an event, you must contact the organizer in writing via email at Tad_Britt@nps.gov or fax (318) 356-9119.
Cancellations more than 30 days prior to an event will be fully refunded less a $30 administrative fee. No refunds will be available for cancellations within 30 days of the event. If The Friends of NCPTT must cancel an event, you will receive a refund.