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AFS Journals to Be Published by Wiley

The American Fisheries Society is pleased to announce that its suite of five journals and Fisheries magazine will be published by Wiley beginning in January 2018. The new agreement includes free online access to all AFS journals for AFS individual members. Members will continue to receive print copies of Fisheries as part of their membership benefits,... Read More

Membership Vote on Rules Changes

Membership votes to accompany the AFS officer elections Establish a Science Communication Section of the American Fisheries Society Background:  The purpose of the new section is to advance the Society’s promotion of scientific research and sustainable management of fisheries resources by expanding the science communication knowledge and skills of AFS members.  A Science Communication Section... Read More

AFS Second Vice President Candidate Statement: Brian R. Murphy

BACKGROUND Growing up in Michigan, there were plenty of opportunities to indulge my lifelong fascination with all things aquatic. However, living on the boundary between urban and rural, I also saw firsthand the profound influences that people can exert on the integrity of aquatic systems. I came to fisheries science late in my educational career,... Read More

Thank You to Our Renewing Members

We would like to thank nearly 1,000 members who already renewed their 2017 dues. Your continued support is what makes AFS strong. If you did not have a chance to renew yet, please click here to log into your account. Your renewal will provide member benefits you’ve grown to appreciate plus more: Free subscription to... Read More

Second Vice President Election Now Open

The American Fisheries Society (AFS) is conducting an election for Second Vice President for the coming year. All current members are eligible to participate. The election begins April 18, 2016 and closes May 20, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. The candidates for Second Vice President are Scott Bonar and Gary Whelan. Please see your email for voting... Read More