Category: Newsletter

Summer 2016 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message Dear Colleagues, Summer, as always, has come upon us so quickly here in North Carolina that it was almost over by the time I realized it.  The heady,...

2016 Family Fishing Fiesta, photo 2

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message Spring is a busy time for many of us in the fisheries and aquatic science community. Although much of North Carolina has been experiencing spring for some time,...

Rustyside Sucker

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message Happy New Year Everyone! As I’ve spent many days throughout the holidays wearing shorts and a T-shirt, I can’t help but wonder where this weather was when we...

Fall 2015 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message I’m going to let you in on a secret.  Planning the NCAFS Annual Meeting is fun.  It was one of the reasons I agreed to run for President-Elect...

Summer 2015 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message I have a confession to make. I am resistant to social media. Usually my life goes on and I rarely think about it, except when someone asks me...

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message An amazing transformation has happened since we were snowed in at Carolina Beach just a few weeks ago.  Mother Nature has really been treating us to some beautiful...

Winter 2014 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message I’d postulate that even the fish are tucked into a sheltered nook as 2014 slides to a close in a distinct form of damp grey. Realizing this is...

Fall 2014 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message During my 13+ years working in wildlife and habitat conservation, I have both observed and participated in a diverse collection of initiatives toward our common goal of healthy...

Summer 2014 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition:   President’s Message So, how many ticks have “ticked” you off so far? Ah, the mixed blessings of a Carolina summer. I hope that, if not by now, you will soon...