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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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2018 NAFWS Southwest Region Conservation Law Officer Training, July 16-20, 2018

2018 Southwest Region Conservation Law Officer Training will be held at the Route 66 Casino Hotel. *Revised information as of 7-3-18, view the latest information here.  Things are looking good for the upcoming Tribal CO training, however we still have eight (8) slots available and we'd like to fill them. Therefore, the deadline to register has been extended to next Tuesday, July 10th. Please note that a mistake was made on the previously attached registration form in that the room rate if NOT $60, but instead it is $79.00/night. Please be aware that if officers room together, all room rates will be paid for by the NAFWS. Officers wishing to room in single rooms will be responsible to pay for their own rooms otherwise.

UPDATED REGISTRATION FORM 7/3/2018

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Would you like to attend the 25th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society?

The Wildlife Society Announces a Professional Development Program for Indigenous StudentsInterested in the Wildlife Profession.
Within The Wildlife Society, there is an active Native People’s Wildlife Management Working Group (NPWMWG) of wildlife
professionals, students, tribal and non-tribal. They recognize native people’s cultural, spiritual, and biological
connections to the land. Native American students are eligible to apply to attend the TWS' annual conference in October 7-11, 2018 in Cleveland, OH. MORE INFORMATION...

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