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Registration open for 2022 meeting

Registration is now open for the 2022 meeting in Spokane, Washington, August 21-25, 2022 (co-hosted by the Washington-British Columbia Chapter, Western Division, and the American Fisheries Society).  The meeting theme is “What Do Fish...

2022 Aquatic Film and Photography Festival

The American Fisheries Society, Western Division of AFS (WDAFS) and Washington-British Columbia of AFS (WA-BC AFS) invite you to submit an aquatically oriented film and/or photograph, to be showcased as part of the 2022 Aquatic Film and Photography Festival. This film...

Latest edition of The Tributary

The latest edition of The Tributary newsletter (Volume 46 Number 1) is now available here: https://unitslargefs.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/virtuallearn/wp-content/uploads/filebase/archive/newsletters/2022/Vol46No1.pdf

2022 elections are now open

IT IS TIME TO VOTE! From March 21 to April 30, Western Division members will be able to vote electronically for one Vice-President candidate (Julie Meka Carter) and two Student Representative candidates (Jack McLaren and...

2022 deadlines for awards, scholarships, and small grants posted

The 2022 deadlines for Western Division award nominations, scholarship applications, and small grant proposals have been posted. Details on the award nomination processes can be found here: https://wdafs.org/awards/information-deadlines-applications/award-nominations/.  The deadline for award nominations is...

Start Planning for Spokane 2022, August 21-25!

Start Planning for Spokane 2022, August 21-25! The Washington-British Columbia Chapter and the Western Division are excited to co-host the 2022 American Fisheries Society meeting in Spokane. The meeting theme is “What Do Fish...

New 2021 officers

The Western Division Excom welcomes Eric Fetherman (CO-WY Chapter) as the incoming Vice President, Laura Burckhardt (also from the CO-WY Chapter) as the incoming Secretary-Treasurer, and Katherine Dale (Santa Cruz-Monterey Bay Student Subunit) as...