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!

Registration is now open for the AFS Cal-Neva Annual Meeting!

This year’s theme is is “Casting a Wide Net: Diverse Perspectives in Fisheries”.  See all the latest information and get the details on our Cvent meeting website, including registration fees, continuing education courses, and presentation guidelines.  You can also go straight to the Cvent registration webpage. Register early for early bird pricing. Prices go up after... Read More

Special Interactive Events at Chapter Annual Meeting

We will be hosting the poster session, student-mentor networking event, and a networking social using the virtual venue Spatial Chat.  While we can’t be together in person this year, this interactive format will give you the opportunity to mix and mingle, choose what you would like to focus on, and strike up new conversations. If... Read More

Plenary Speakers Announced!

The AFS Cal-Neva Chapter 2021 annual meeting is approaching! We are very fortunate to have four excellent plenary speakers this year: Dr. Erika Zavaleta, Professor, UC Santa Cruz – moving science/science education towards inclusivity. Dr. Ken Gobalet, Professor Emeritus, CSU Bakersfield – a centuries-long relationship between Californians and fish. Dr. Alexis Jackson, Fisheries Project Director,... Read More