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AFS-OC Tour of University of Windsor Freshwater Restoration Laboratory & GLIER – May 26, 2018

This spring the Canadian Rivers Institute has launched a new 1-day course focused on river management that will be presented in a class-room setting by Dr. Bill Annable. The overall objective of the course is to provide a high-level overview of river processes and identify conflicts in river management from various planning, watershed, reach and site-specific scales. This course is particularly relevant to senior managers and young professionals in the fields of river science, planning, management, and engineering.

AFS-OC Membership Update

As of May 7, 2018, the Ontario Chapter has 137 paid members! The membership includes 59 regular, 36 student, 31 young professional, 8 retired and 3 life members. Have you renewed your membership for 2018? Are you a member yet? If not, see  the Become a Member page to find out why you should join today. AFS individual […]

Call for Nominations – AFS-OC Executive Committee 2018-2019

We are currently seeking nominations for the position of President Elect, GTA Regional Representative, and Southwest Regional Representative for the Executive Committee of the Ontario Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. If you are interested in running for any of the positions, please submit a short biography (1-2 paragraph and a photo) to Bill Glass (president@afs-oc.org) by May 28, 2018.

NCD-AFS President’s Blog

The January 2018 issue of the North Central Division’s President’s Blog has been posted on the NCD website. The current NCD President is Mark Pyron, Professor at Ball State University in Indiana.  Check out his musings.