The 49th Annual Meeting of the California-Nevada Chapter of the American Fisheries Society will convene
April 8th-10th, 2015 at the
Hotel Paradox in Santa Cruz, CA.
Discounts for early registration end March 5th. Click HERE
Block rooms for the Hotel Paradox are FULL. We have a small block of rooms available at the Best Western Suites just across the street from the Paradox. Resources are limited- don't wait!
Continuing Education Courses
-Wednesday April 8th-
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Passive Integrated Transponders (PIT) tags, full day workshop by Warren Leach of Oregon RFID
California and Federal Permit Procedures for Fisheries Monitoring and Research in California by California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries
Section 7 Consultations by Rob Nielsen, Ph.D., NOAA Fisheries, Section 7 Coordinator
Effective Presentation Skills by J.D. Wikert U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
A full description of courses and content can be found under the Continuing Education section of our website. HERE
Younger Lagoon and Seymour Marine Discovery Center, Santa Cruz, CA. Click HERE for a full description.
Salmonid Life Cycle Monitoring Station and Flood Plain Restoration in Lower Scott Creek. Click HERE for a full description.
Elections for Officers
Ask not what Cal-Neva can do for you. Ask, what YOU can do for Cal-Neva!
You're probably wondering, "what do I get for serving the society?" First you get the satisfaction of contributing to the governance a major professional society. Elected officers also have discretionary budgets ($$$) to travel to meetings, and get to hang out with a great group of people once a month.