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.
The 2016 Nongame Native Fish Workshop
The Native Fish Committee of the Oregon Chapter American Fisheries Society organizes annual field workshops featuring nongame native fish in Oregon. This year, the committee will study three nongame native fish found in the Umpqua River; the Umpqua Chub, Dace, and Pikeminnow. Species experts will lead discussions and field sampling to assist workshop participants to understand the biology of the species and associated management challenges. This is an opportunity to experience the species and their habitat. Click here for more details.
Congratulations to the Chapter’s new Executive Committee for 2016!
President – Ben Clemens
President Elect – Shivonne Nesbit
Past President – Troy Brandt
Vice President – Jeremy Romer
Treasurer – Anthony Siniscal
Secretary – Katie Pierson
Internal Director – Gary Vonderohe
External Director – Cory Sipher
The new Excom will officially take effect May 1, 2016
2016 American Fisheries Society Outstanding Chapter of the Year Award
Exciting news… Our chapter won the 2016 American Fisheries Society outstanding chapter of the year award! Thank you to all for the hard work that made this happen including members, ExCom, Committee Chairs, students, and Committee members that that make our chapter great.