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Tribal / First Nations Climate Change Summit, December 13-14, 2017

Tribes and First Nations in the Pacific Northwest have made great progress in observing and documenting environmental change on their homelands, but climate change is increasing at a pace that challenges important ways of life. So Tribes and First Nations across the region are coming together to learn from past work and to discuss how to continue climate change studies to provide the support communities need to adapt and thrive for generations to come. MORE INFORMATION>>>

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Membership

The NAFWS has Individual and Tribal memberships

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP

 We are glad you want to become an Individual member.  Many of our members include tribal natural resource managers, tribal environmental professionals, tribal technicians, tribal conservation law officers, government professionals, non-government  individuals, state and private individuals, tribal elders and youth, and organizations, families. As a member, we share with you information on legislative, bio-technical, economic, legal, fiscal, and enforcement programs to help form a progressive agenda of tribal management pursuits.

As a member, you will receive the following:

  •  Quarterly newsletters, with news and information relating to Native American tribal natural resources.
  • Email news and updates

MEMBERSHIP

  • One year -  Individual - $20 
  • Student - $12.50

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Download a membership form here.

You can also send a donation to NAFWS. Please download the Donation Form here. Or alternatively you can send a donation via Paypal.

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TRIBAL MEMBERSHIP

Federally recognized tribes in the U.S. seeking membership, should provide a tribal resolution support and submit to the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, 8515 Pearl St., Suite #203, Thornton, CO 80229, or call, 866-890-7258.

Please see a list of our Member Tribes here.

CONFERENCE DONATIONS

The Society holds an annual conference that brings together fish and wildlife managers, technicians, conservation law enforcement officers, biologists and others who are dedicated to preserving and enhancing tribal natural resources.   The Society needs donations to offset the cost of these highly productive conferences.  The following link, Purpose of Donations, provides additional information for prospective donors.

 

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Resolutions

Resolutions are submitted usually during the NAFWS's national conferences by members to resolve an issue or to present a need.

2018 TRIBAL CLIMATE RESILIENCE FUNDING
This Resolution was passed at the 2017 Southwest Regional Conference and it allows the Southwest Region to apply for BIA Climate Resilience Funding grants for Travel Support, should it become available.


FUNDING FOR NON-BIRD WILDLIFE REPOSITORY OPERATED BY THE ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
This Resolution was passed at the 2017 NAFWS - Southwest Region Conference held on August 7-10, 2017 in Mescalero, NM.


SUPPORT OF NATIVE YOUTH IN THE SOUTHWEST REGION
This Resolution was passed at the 2017 NAFWS -Southwest Region Conference held on August 7-10, 2017 in Mescalero, NM.

OPPOSITION TO THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE (DAPL)
This resolution was passed at the 2016 NAFWS National Conference in May 2016.

 

AMEND THE GOLDEN AND BALD EAGLE PROTECTION ACT
This resolution was proposed by a representative of the Great Plains Intertribal Fish and Wildlife Commission during the 2010 NAFWS National Conference in Carlton, MN. It proposes to amend the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act returning eagles found on an Indian reservation back to which they came after an investigation has been completed.

To see the current resolution presented to the NAFWS by the Great Plains Intertribal Fish and Wildlife Commission on June 10, 2010, go here.

Southwest Region - RESOLUTION ON THE USFWS NATIVE AMERICAN POLICY AS REVISED 2015
This resolution was passed at the 2015 NAFWS Southwest Region Conference in August 2015.

Southwest Region - RESOLUTION TO SUPPORT THE USFWS CONSERVATION LAW ENFORCEMENT TO COLLABORATE WITH TRIBES FOR CROSS-COMMISSIONING OF TRIBAL CONSERVATION LAW OFFICERS
This resolution was adopted at the 2015 NAFWS Southwest Region Conference held in August 2015.

#2015-001 - SUPPORT TRIBAL EFFORTS TO REDUCE OR LOOK FOR ALTERNATIVE NON-LEAD AMMUNITION
This resolution was adopted at the national business meeting held in Juneau, AK during the Annual 2015 National Conference.

#2015-002 - Support of International Joint Commission (IJC) and their involvement in Southeast Alaska/British Columbia Transboundary Region

This resolution was adopted at the national business meeting held in Juneau, AK during the Annual 2015 National Conference.

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