Our mission is to improve the conservation and sustainability of Oregon fishery resources and their aquatic ecosystems for long-term public benefit by advancing science, education and public discourse concerning fisheries and aquatic science and by promoting the development of fisheries professionals.
AFS 145th Annual Meeting Field Trips
Two field trips will be offered on August 21, 2015 following the 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society in Portland, Oregon. Trip 1 will visit the White Salmon River dam removal and Yakama Nation Tribal Fishery on the Klickitat River. Trip 2 will visit urban stream restoration sites including Johnson Creek and Crystal Springs. For more information or to register for a field trip visit the AFS 145th Annual Meeting field trips page.
Congratulations to the Chapter’s new Executive Committee for 2015!
President – Troy Brandt
President Elect – Ben Clemens
Past President – Mike Gauvin
Vice President – Christina Murphy
Secretary/Treasurer – Anthony Siniscal
Internal Director – Gary Vonderohe
External Director – Cory Sipher
The new Excom will officially take effect May 1, 2015
American Fisheries Society Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program
Coos Bay BLM, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife – Charleston Office, and the Forest Service Powers Ranger Station mentored three students selected to participate in the American Fisheries Society Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program (see full story)
Tell us what you thought about your 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting
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The 2014 Oregon Chapter Annual Meeting Planning Committee
Highlights of the first external ORAFS committee, Save Our Bays – Assembled by ORAFS Historian Don Ratiliff