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American Fisheries Society Newsletter January 2022

AFS News: Spokane Symposium Proposal Deadline, Brook Trout Population Genetics, Recovering America's Wildlife Act Hearing

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The formal symposium submission system is now open, utilizing a new, more robust meeting platform than used in Baltimore in 2021. Under the theme of "What Do Fish Mean to Us?," the Program Committee of the 152nd Annual Meeting in Spokane, Washington, August 21-25, 2022, encourages symposium topics that exemplify the latest research in fisheries science and that will benefit a range of audiences with the aim of advancing the science of fisheries ecology, conservation, and management. This year, we are also offering a discussion platform for more collaboration, transparency, and participation in symposium development.
Propose Session

We are also soliciting proposals for Continuing Education Courses and Workshops for Spokane - submit your ideas here.


Recovering America's Wildlife Act Passes Committee Vote

The Recovering America's Wildlife Act markup hearing in the House Natural Resources Committee on Wednesday resulted in bipartisan support in the committee vote. Let's build on this momentum by recruiting more co-sponsors - learn how to get your member of Congress on board to provide the funding needed to recover wildlife.

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