The Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society is a professional organization interested in maintaining high standards for the fisheries profession and ensuring conservation of Michigan’s aquatic resources. The Michigan Chapter was founded in 1973 and serves about 400 members throughout the state. The primary objectives of the Chapter are to provide a forum for discussion of fishery issues, increase the awareness of aquatic resource problems in the State, and allow networking of people with common interests. Activities of the Michigan Chapter revolve around annual meetings, continuing education workshops, newsletters, and the activities of twelve standing committees.

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2021 Newsletter Now Available

Past newsletters available through the Newsletter Archives. We are working to compile all past newsletters.  Do you have old issues (paper or electronic) of the Michigan AFS newsletter that are currently not available through the archive? If so, please contact Justin Chiotti to let us know! Read More