The AFS-BES/ASCE-EWRI Joint Committee on Fisheries Engineering and Science has been established with the goal of fostering continued communication and promoting joint fish passage efforts, with the backing of both the Bioengineering Section of AFS (AFS-BES) and American Society of Civil Engineer’s Environmental and Water Resource Institute (ASCE-EWRI).

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

Free Webinar on June 3, 2020: Lamprey Passage

Join us for our next webinar on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT (9:00 AM PDT).  Kinsey Frick of NOAA will speak about designs and modification of fish passage structures to improve adult lamprey passage. Click on the link below for a full summary of the webinar and to access the registration link.... Read More