Cindy A. Williams Background Having worked for 5 federal agencies and NCWRC, I’ve dealt with competing issues and resources my entire career. Balancing the needs to protect endangered fish species Continue Reading →
Sarah Welsh Hello, I’m Sarah Walsh. I was born and raised in Idaho. I am currently working toward my Master’s degree at Auburn University. My research focuses on the movement Continue Reading →
Jessica Baumann Jessica earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Augusta State University in 2002 and a Master of Science in Fisheries and Wildlife from North Carolina State University Continue Reading →
ANNOUNCING A $500 TRAVEL AWARD -CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS- BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Alligator Gar Technical Committee of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society The Alligator Gar Technical Committee Continue Reading →
Fish Technician jobs in Georgia Big Lazer Tech III job Silver Lake Tech III
Final Call for Papers and Abstract Submission First International Snakehead Symposium Deadline for submission extended for two weeks until April 24th. Talks are encouraged on aspects of management and Continue Reading →
Recently released Fish Bioenergetics 4.0 (FB4) is the latest generation of the Wisconsin Model that provides a user-friendly, menu-driven environment for bioenergetics modeling. FB4 uses an R based analytical approach Continue Reading →
Auction is now open for the three night fishing excursion. Bid here!
Service event on Thursday, March 8, all day. Hurricane restoration and resiliency. Planting mangrove seedlings with the San Juan Bay Estuary Program. Sign-up HERE!
Bid early, bid often! Bid Here
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter welcomes you to Atlantic City for the 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. A call for papers can be found HERE!
Registration for SDAFS Annual meeting in Puerto Rico is now open! Early registration ends February 5th. Register HERE A list of workshops can be found HERE
Leadership: A Tale of Six Mentors by Jim Martin
Why You Should Attend the 2018 SDAFS Annual Meeting in Puerto Rico Given the destruction caused by Hurricane María, you might be questioning if the 2018 Southern Division meeting Continue Reading →
Second Call for Papers Southern Division American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting March 7–11, 2018 Intercontinental Hotel San Juan, Puerto Rico The Meeting is On! Join the Puerto Rico Chapter Continue Reading →
Catfish Management Technical Committee Scholarship This scholarship was created at the spring 2015 Southern Division meeting to provide financial assistance to a graduate student in the southeastern United States (Alabama, Continue Reading →
OKLAHOMA CITY — The first annual Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarship for Females in Fisheries was awarded at the Southern Division, American Fisheries Society’s annual meeting to Whitney (Jacobs) Della Torre from Gainesville, Continue Reading →
The Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies is seeking presentation proposals for our 71st Annual Conference, “Creative Conservation Strategies for 21st Century Challenges.” The SEAFWA Annual Conference Continue Reading →
Join the Florida Chapter of the American Fisheries Society during World Oceans Day for the Sheepshead Shuffle Virtual 5k! From June 5-11 run, walk, or shuffle! You can complete the Continue Reading →
A teleconference and meeting will be held Friday, February 19, 2016 at SDAFS during 1-5pm. The possibility of forming an Esocid Technical Committee in SDAFS will be discussed. An agenda Continue Reading →