Canadian Aquatic Resources Section of the American Fisheries Society

new Imperiled Species Section within AFS being considered

Gene Wilde has been planning to start a new Imperiled Species Section within AFS. Getting a section within AFS devoted to rare aquatic species and their management would help bring additional attention to native fishes, mollusks and others, and help build leverage for their conservation within the professional fishery community.

Please see the attached draft by-laws if you are interested in the section – Draft Bylaws Imperiled Aquatic Organisms Section

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