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A national Native American non-profit organization, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, serves as a communication medium for self-determined Native American fish and wildlife managers.

We serve as a communication network between tribal, federal, and state fish and wildlife management entities.

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The NAFWS Board of Directors represent seven regions, two board directors serve each region.

ALASKA REGION
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St. Mary's, AK

Robert Aloysius
Kalskag, AK

PACIFIC REGION
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Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

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Patrol Supervisor
Columbia River InterTribal Fish Enforcement

SOUTHWEST REGION
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Walker River Paiute Tribe

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Hopi Tribe Wildlife and Ecosystems Management Department
Kykotsmovi, AZ

GREAT PLAINS REGION
Charles Wilkinson
Three Affiliated Tribes


Jeff Kelly

Standing Rock, Ft. Yates

GREAT LAKES REGION
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Fish & Wildlife Coordinator/Biologist,
Menominee Tribe Natural Resources

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Chief Game Warden
Grand Traverse Band of Odawa & Chippewa Tribes

NORTHEAST REGION
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Narragansett Tribe

*Vacant

SOUTHEAST REGION
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Department of Natural Resources
Eastern Band of Cherokee Tribe

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Choctaw Wildlife and Parks Department

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NAFWS National Conferences

As a communication network organization, the NAFWS hosts a national conference each year. The Society is divided into seven regional areas in the U.S., which includes the Pacific, Great Plains, Great Lakes, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, and Alaska Regions. Each year, one of these regions on a rotating basis will host (with a tribe) from that region a national conference.

Who Attends the National Conference
The conference is an opportunity for tribal natural resource managers, technicians, conservation law officers, government agencies, and many others, to receive training, network, share information, and discuss current technical information and legislative initiatives.
 
 


2017 35th Annual NAFWS NATIONAL CONFERENCE

The 2017 NAFWS National Conference is planned to be in May 2-4, 2017 and will be sponsored by the NAFWS Great Plains Region. It will be held in Rapid City, SD.

We invite presenters, keynote speakers, volunteers, sponsors, co-sponsors, trade show exhibitors (corporate, government, tribal natural resource programs, NGOs, and tribal businesses). If you are interested in serving on the planning committee.  The Great Plains Region is seeking conference VOLUNTEERS to help with the planning of the conference. 

LATEST CONFERENCE INFORMATION, including airport shuttle service and car rental information (3/29/17).

TENTATIVE AGENDA - 4/24/17


NATIONAL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM

2017 National Conference Exhibitor Form - As of 3/21/2017

2017 CALL FOR PRESENTERS & CONFERENCE INFORMATION

2017 CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - CHIEF SEALTH, BIOLOGIST OF THE YEAR, CONSERVATION LAW OFFICER

AWARD NOMINATIONS - HOW TO SUBMIT NOMINATIONS INFORMATION

NAFWS conference slideshow

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