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Wally McClure Student Fisheries Scholarships

Please help get the word out!  In 2022, two Wally McClure Student Fisheries Scholarships shall be awarded to students pursuing either undergraduate or graduate degrees in aquatic natural resources from a University/College in Montana. Graduate projects should be focused on native fisheries conservation, management, and/or habitat restoration. To fill out an application, please see the... Read More

Register for the 2020 Annual MTAFS Meeting

Registration for the meeting is now open.  You can register for conference attendance, continuing education and the vendor trade show by accessing the Event Brite Website.   You can access the registration website using the link below: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/montana-chapter-afs-meeting-2020-tickets-85643521077 [eventbrite.com]   More information is available on the Annual Chapter Meeting Page Read More

June 2019 Issue of the Outlet is Here

Hot off the presses, it is the newest edition of the MTAFS Newsletter “Outlet”. Inside the latest issue, you can read updates by the current and incoming MTAFS presidents, hear about cool Montana fisheries projects, and more!   Get your hands on the Outlet Newsletters here Read More

2019 MTAFS Annual Meeting Speaker List and Schedule

Click on the links below for a list of speakers and the schedule at a glance for the upcoming Annual Meeting. Full Program 2019 Annual Meeting 2019 MTAFS Meeting Speaker List 2019 Annual Meeting Schedule at a Glance   More information about the meeting can be found on the 2019 MTAFS Annual Chapter Meeting Webpage. Read More

New Issue of the Outlet

The latest issue of the MTAFS Chapter Newsletter The Outlet is here! Here are some topics featured in the January 2019 Issue: Hello from Steve Dalbey, new MTAFS President MTAFS History Yellowstone Park cutthroat trout 2019 Annual meeting information Montana fish taxonomy …and much more   You can get the latest issue of The Outlet... Read More

MTAFS 2019 Annual Meeting Information and Important Dates

Theme – Communicating Fisheries Science in an Increasingly Skeptical Environment LOCATION – Location: Double Tree Inn, Billings, MT 1-800-588-7666 – Room hold and pricing ends 12/28/18 ($93.00 single) we are working to extend this deadline to 1/11/19. REGISTRATION Meeting registration and affiliate membership dues will be done through Eventbrite. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/montana-chapter-afs-meeting-2019-tickets-53148266897 – Registration opened 12/10/2018 –... Read More

Seeking Nominations for the AFS Emmeline Moore Prize

The American Fisheries Society is seeking nominations for the 10th annual Emmeline Moore Prize to be awarded at the 2018 AFS Annual Meeting in Atlantic City.  This award was named after the first female AFS president and was established to recognize the career-long efforts of an individual AFS member who has gone above and beyond... Read More