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American Fisheries Society Newsletter May 2022

Tribal Outreach Program, DNA Shark ID, Climate Communications Training

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Tribal Outreach in Spokane

AFS recognizes the need to elevate Tribal voices and experiences in the fisheries profession. To support North American Tribal students and early career professionals, AFS is offering sponsorships to attend our Annual Meeting, August 21-25, 2022, in Spokane, Washington. This will provide opportunities for Tribal college students and early career professionals to attend an international fisheries conference, meet peers and other professionals, attend sponsored events, and broaden their horizons. The application deadline is Friday, June 3, 2022Learn more

Climate Communications Training

Want to learn the skills needed for meaningful dialogues on the impacts that our changing climate is having on our fisheries science and aquatic resources? AFS is offering a new Climate Communications Training Track that explores narrative, connection, and presentation skills via in-person workshops at Spokane, online workshops before the Annual Meeting, and symposium offerings. Learn more


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