The mission of Chapters within the American Fisheries Society is to advance Society goals by coordinating member activities related to information exchange, outreach, and aquatic stewardship within their geographic region, including coordinating with appropriate local, provincial, and state-level government and nongovernmental agencies and organizations. Chapters serve member needs in local and provincial/state areas and represent those needs to the Division leadership. The California-Nevada Chapter is one of the largest in AFS with more than 400 members. Get involved!

1st Annual Cal-Neva AFS Native Fish Workshop – Sept. 7-8

The workshop will feature a half-day symposium starting a 2 pm on Friday (the 7th) and tours of local restoration sites on Saturday, exploring the ecology and conservation of fish native to the Tahoe Basin and eastern Sierra regions of California and Nevada. Tentative speakers include Dr. Mary Peacock, Dr. Sudeep Chandra, Tom Taylor, Gary Scoppettone, Theresa Cody,... Read More

Tidewater Goby Management and Ecology Workshop – Sept. 21-23

This workshop, jointly hosted by the Cal/Neva Chapter of the American Fisheries Society and the Western Section of The Wildlife Society, will focus on one of California’s most enigmatic species: the Northern tidewater goby (Eucylogobius newberryi) and the recently named Southern tidewater goby (Eucylogobius kristinae). Our instructors will discuss natural history, mitigation, restoration, and survey... Read More