Webinar on April 17: AFS Election – Meet the Candidates

April 17, 2019 1:00 pm Eastern Time Register Now! AFS is offering a new opportunity for the membership to meet the 2019 Second Vice President candidates! Two candidates will be running for this position, which involves a 5 year posting to the AFS Governing Board, including a presidency in 2023. In past years, candidates have... Read More

Webinar on May 14: Navigating a Changing Fisheries Workplace

May 14, 2019, 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT Register Now The fisheries workplace is continually evolving. Are you prepared for the opportunities and challenges that these changes will create? For instance, the fisheries workforce is increasingly generationally diverse, with Millennials working alongside Generation Xs, Baby Boomers, and Generation Zs (i.e., post-Millennials). Moreover, state and federal... Read More

Webinar recording: Waters of the US (WOTUS)

Waters of the US (WOTUS): What You Need to Know About the Rule and How to Take Action from fisheries on Vimeo. This webinar was recorded on February 27, 2018. The video contains some sections with poor audio quality, and AFS staff will work to edit portions of this recording. Presenter slides: Gillian Davies –... Read More

Webinar on February 20: Connecting the Dots: Diversity, Inclusion, and Collaborative Networks in Fisheries

Connecting the Dots: Diversity, Inclusion, and Collaborative Networks in Fisheries Wednesday, February 20, 2019 1:00 pm Eastern Time Register Now! Presented by: Brooke Penaluna Ivan Arismendi   Just like the fishes that we study, the resilience and adaptability of the fisheries profession is dependent on a robust and diverse conglomerate of fisheries professionals.... Read More

Webinar on January 31: Hatchery Design in Aquaculture

Presented by: Jeff A. Heindel – AFS Fish Culture Section Secretary-Treasurer / McMillen Jacobs Associates Derek Nelson – McMillen Jacobs Associates Thursday, January 31, 2019 2:00 pm Eastern Time Register Now! The cultivation of aquatic organisms — termed aquaculture — dates back at least 2,500 years in China where ponds were “designed” for fish propagation... Read More