Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society,
The 2014 Annual Meeting: "Telling Our Story"
is now complete.
The 2014 annual meeting focused on the challenges faced by fisheries professionals to demonstrate the relevance of their work to a broad audience although most of our training focuses on communication with other scientists.
Thanks to all of those who helped to make the meeting a great success!
For those interested, registration is now open for the Stream Habitat Restoration at Channel Crossings Workshop to be held July 29 and 30th at the Country Inn & Suites, Grand Rapids, Michigan. This is a is a two day workshop with classroom and field components covering the basics of naturally stable stream channels, designing stream projects based on natural channel design, and the principles of fluvial geomorphology. Visit the Continuing Education page for a detailed course description and registration information.
Annual meetings feature speakers from around the State who present diverse opinions on a wide array of topics. The President-Elect each year determines the meeting site and agenda; this process provides for continually changing themes and locations to meet the varied needs of the members.