Annual Meeting Summary Now Available

Cal-Neva’s Return to the North Coast was a success! The 51st Annual Cal-Neva AFS meeting was held April 5-7, 2017 in Eureka, CA. The theme for this year’s meeting was “Navigating the Complexity of Fisheries Science: Charting a Course for the Future”.  The hope was to start a dialogue about lessons learned and how to move... Read More

AFS Cal-Neva Travel Grants!

Applications for AFS Cal-Neva Travel Grants are now being accepted! The AFS California Nevada Chapter (Cal-Neva) Travel Award provides monetary awards for deserving student or young professional applicants to support their attendance of conferences, annual meetings, or workshops. Any member of the AFS who is active in fisheries, environmental sciences and management, or related aquatic... Read More

Request for Hutton Scholar Mentors in Southern California

2 Mentors Needed for Hutton Program, Summer 2017 Urgent – We have 2 Hutton Scholars looking for mentors near Encinitas or Palmdale for summer 2017. Mentors must be within 1 hour of students’ home (Encinitas or Palmdale). AFS pays their scholarship, no cost to hosting organization. The Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program is a paid... Read More

New job, scholarship, and travel grant opportunities

We have new postings for job, scholarship, and travel grant opportunities!  These include a number of NOAA Fisheries positions, four Undergraduate Travel Assistance Awards for the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting 2017, and scholarships offered by the California Lake Management Society (CALMS), Diablo Valley Flyfishermen, and the Yolo Basin Foundation with due dates in May... Read More

Annual Meeting Program Now Available

The program for the Cal-Neva Chapter of the American Fisheries Society 51st Annual Meeting is now available. Please also see the Annual Meeting Website page for last minute meeting updates.   DOWNLOAD the Meeting Program, VISIT the full Annual Meeting Site, REGISTER for the meeting now at the EventBrite site,     April 5-7, 2017, Eureka, CA The Sequoia... Read More

Delta Smelt Culture Program: from Experiments to Reinforcement

As part of the Delta Smelt Resiliency Strategy, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) is coordinating a multi-agency effort to examine if and how hatchery propagated Delta smelt could be utilized to aide in species recovery. Towards this goal DWR, DFW, USFWS, USBR and the American Fisheries Society CAL-NEVA Chapter have organized a workshop... Read More