Meetings & Events


  • The Joint Committee on Fisheries Engineering and Science is hosting a free webinar series as part of its mission to engage scientists and engineers on topics related to fish passage. For our next webinar, Michael Love of Michael Love & Associates, Inc., Arcata, California will present on contemporary design approaches to address fish passage at stream crossings.Click this link for a program with details for joining this webinar, which is scheduled for Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 12:00p ET (9:00a PT):   2016_Webinar_Series_Flyer_#4

    We hope you can join us. Please feel free to forward this email to your colleagues or other distribution sources who might be interested.

    The Committee consists of members of the American Fisheries Society Bioengineering Section (AFS-BES) and the American Society of Civil Engineers Environmental and Water Resources Institute (ASCE-EWRI).
    It was established in January 2011 to foster communication between the two groups, provide opportunities for engineers and biologists to share relevant knowledge and learn from one another, and to collaborate on projects related to fish passage.

    For more information, contact;

    Andy Peters
    Director Markets and Applications
    Pacific Netting Products
    25993 United Road NE
    Kingston WA 98346

  • American Fisheries Society Annual, Division & Chapter Meetings



The Bioengineering Section of AFS sponsors and participates in the following conferences, meetings and events: