WHO WE ARE
The American Fisheries Society, the oldest professional society in North America dealing with the natural resources, was organized in 1870. The Montana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society was chartered in 1967. Among its objectives are conservation, development and wise utilization of the fisheries, promotion of the educational, scientific and technological development and advancement of all branches of fisheries science and practice, and exchange and dissemination of knowledge about fish, fisheries and related subject. Chapters were not established as subunits of AFS until 1962. The Montana Chapter was formed in 1967 after George Holton and Dr. C. J. D. Brown polled fish biologists in Montana and found that they overwhelmingly favored forming a chapter. Montana chaptership was officially granted by AFS at their annual meeting held in Toronto, Canada on September 14, 1967.
- 2013 Meeting Agenda - 01.31.2013
- Meeting Schedule At A Glance - 01.28.2013
- Updated Annual Meeting Information - 01/28/2013
- Register NOW for 2013 Annual Meeting
- 2013 Vendor Information
- Two Wally McClure Scholarships Available
- MT AFS White Paper 2012
- Inter-Mountain Journal Web Proposal
- Results of Burbot Status Review
- Results of Northern Redbelly Dace x Finescale Dace Status Review
- THE OUTLET - 01.2012
- "Tag, You're It" with Robbin Wagner!!
- Montana Fish in the News...
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