The goal of the Bioengineering Section is to promote excellence in the field of fisheries bioengineering through improved communication between biologists,‭ ‬engineers,‭ ‬and other professionals working for the conservation of fisheries resources.‭ ‬The Bioengineering Section was founded in‭ ‬1979.‭ ‬The American Fisheries Society ‭(‬AFS‭) ‬was‭ ‬founded in‭ ‬1870‭ ‬to promote the conservation,‭ ‬development,‭ ‬and wise use of fisheries resources.‭ ‬To learn more about the history,‭ ‬objectives,‭ ‬and administration of the Bioengineering Section,‭ ‬click the‭ “About Us‬‭” ‬button above.

CA Department of Fish and Wildlife Job Posting: Senior Hydraulic Engineer

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting for an energetic and self-motivated Senior Hydraulic Engineer to provide fisheries and hydraulic engineering expertise that support the planning, design, and construction of stream crossing and wetlands design projects being implemented by the California Department of Transportation. The Incumbent also plans, conducts and/or reviews hydrologic and... Read More

150th AFS Conference – Symposia Needed!

Submit a Symposium Session before January 28! The deadline to submit a Symposium proposal is now extended one week until Tuesday, January 28! This is your chance to submit science to the historic AFS 150th Annual Meeting. The Program Committee is seeking a diverse set of symposia topics to benefit broad audiences with the aim... Read More