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Spring 2021 Newsletter

President’s Message Thanks to all the folks that helped make our first virtual chapter meeting successful. The online meeting platform was not what I had in mind when I became President-Elect. Ever-changing plans and...

Winter 2020 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message The year is drawing to a close and so is my tenure as NCAFS president. This has been one of the strangest years in our lives. It is...

Fall 2020 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message Fall has started and I hope the cooler air and water temperatures are getting you excited for the change in seasons. Many of you are gearing up for...

Fall 2019 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message During my last President’s Message, I challenged each of us to think about how we’re addressing our individual passions towards aquatic resources. I hope that you had an...

Winter 2018 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message On behalf of the NCAFS EXCOM, I hope that everyone had a memorable holiday and enjoyed the opportunity to spend time with family and friends! As we enter...

Winter 2017 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message I hope all of you have had a great holiday season with your families. It seems that “old man winter” is pounding at the door. With snow on...

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message As we near our nation’s independence, I am thankful we live in a country where natural resource conservation and preservation are a priority. We may bicker and have...

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message It was a cool, sunny day this past February while we were working on Lake Norman. The wind was strong as we came back to the ramp not...

Fall 2016 Newsletter

Download the .pdf edition: President’s Message Dear Colleagues, Fall is once again upon us and the changing seasons have many in the aquatic community looking forward to wrapping up field work and moving on...