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58th Annual Meeting Save the Date!

The 58th Cal-Neva AFS Annual Meeting will be held April 9-12th, 2024 in Redding, California. Join us at the Red Lion Hotel and Turtle Bay for the last meeting until 2026. The theme for the 2024 conference is “Breaching the Dam: Building Partnerships.” We will bring together people of diverse backgrounds and expertise to tell the... Read More

August BBQ!

Date: Saturday, August 26th at 11 am Location: William B Pond Park Dockside at Sacramento County Parks along the American River Parkway This is a great opportunity to bring family, get together and hang out outside of regular chapter business. Please feel free to invite other folks interested in participating in AFS (at any level)! This is the... Read More

2023 Small Grant Program

ATTENTION MEMBERS: The Cal-Neva Chapter of AFS has created a ‘Small Grants Program’ to provide funding to fisheries-related projects in California and Nevada.  Our goal is to fund at least two grants, for a total of $3,000 across all grants.  This money can be used to get a project started or to supplement funding from... Read More

2023 Annual Meeting Plenary Speakers

Priya Shukla, University of California, Davis   Priya Shukla is a PhD candidate in Ecology at UC Davis. As part of her dissertation research, she is working with the Hog Island Oyster Companies to explore strategies for improving oysters’ survival in the face of climate change and marine disease. She is currently a UC Davis Dissertation... Read More

2023 Annual Conference Announcement!

REGISTRATION OPEN NOW! This year’s theme “Connecting the Mosaic” can mean so many things. With the 2023 annual meeting located on the ocean, incoming President and Planning Committee Chair, Miranda Bell-Tilcock, wants to connect the idea of how fish need a diverse habitat mosaic such as from freshwater to estuary and/or the ocean. But fish... Read More

President’s Message

Greetings Cal-Neva members! First off, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Mollie Ogaz as the new Secretary and Miranda Bell-Tilcock as the new President-Elect of the Cal-Neva Chapter. I am very much looking forward to working with these two accomplished women in fisheries in the upcoming year. This year has finally provided us... Read More

Officer Election Results Are in!

Results are in!  Our membership has voted and we are excited to welcome Miranda Bell-Tilcock to the position of President-Elect and Mollie Ogaz to the position of Secretary. The officer switch will take place in the fall.  See the Elections webpage for more information about the officers. Read More