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  1. Hi all, I've had a search and can't find anything quite answering my query so i thought i'd ask: What GPS devices are people using for tree surveying? What's your experience? What would you recommend? I'm currently using a Trimble Juno which is not super user friendly and very clunky. So, looking into buying a new GPS for carrying out tree habitat/health surveys under canopy and in wood pasture. There's a fair amount of stuff available but i thought i might try to get a bit of feedback. I apologies if this is in the wrong area, I did have good search but couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance, Aidan
  2. Hi All, I recently moved to Stroud and am looking for work in the area. I've started calling around local companies but thought it might not be a half bad idea to put something up here as well. In an ideal world I'm looking for full time work but obviously I'm open to what ever is available... I have my NPTC certs (30/31/38/39), PPE, climbing kit, clean driving license and would be happy to send over a CV or have a chat with anyone who might have work. Feel free to drop me a pm or my email is [email protected] Thanks, Aidan


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