2021 MT AFS Annual (Virtual) Conference
When: March 1- 5th, 2021
Where: your cozy house, your office, or if you are lucky…
Crossing Boundaries: Crossing disciplines, jurisdictions, and perspectives
“We are more than the sum of our parts”
Both understanding and managing aquatic resources requires a broad perspective. Biologists and managers are constantly required to link concepts from different disciplines, work successfully across jurisdictions, and consider multiple perspectives. The conference provides a forum for invited speakers and member presentations. Topics focus on those issues of particular importance or interest to fisheries professionals.
Full Conference Registration for Members and Non-Members, as well as Student Registration, include:
- Access to all oral presentations, plenary speakers, and business, awards and committee meetings.
- Access to recorded materials following the conference
- Opportunities to support our student chapters and win prizes!
We will not be offering single-day conference tickets this year.
We are working with our virtual platform providers so that we can offer an additional registration fee of $40, you can get open access to both the Idaho, WA/BC meeting information (live or recordings). Check back for updates!
More meeting information, including registration, abstract submission, continuing education, and the program can be found on the Annual Meeting Webpage.