Resolutions

Native American Fish and Wildlife Society Resolutions

Tribal Conservation Officers performing exceptional work are awarded each year during the NAFWS national conference. They are nominated by members of the NAFWS and their outstanding work is a reflection of their dedication as tribal conservation law enforcement officers.

2019 RESOLUTIONS

Resolutions Passed at NAFWS Board Directors Meetings

Resolution that Approves Investment Plan of Operation, this Resolution Approves the Investment Plan of Operation and was passed at the NAFWS Board of Directors’ meeting on December 14, 2019.

Resolution to Designate Signature Authority to NAFWS Officers, this Resolution that Designates Signature Authority to the NAFWS officers and was passed in a Board of Directors’ teleconference on July 11, 2019.

Resolutions Passed at NAFWS National Conferences

Resolution in Support for Protection of Wildlife Corridors, This Resolution is for the Support for the Protection of Wildlife Corridors that was passed on May 23, 2019 during the 2019 NAFWS National Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

Resolution in Support for Dedicated Federal Funding to Recover Wildlife, This Resolution in Support for Dedicated Federal Funding to Recover Wildlife that was passed on May 23, 2019 during the 2019 NAFWS National Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

Resolution for Membership with Alliance for America’s Fish & Wildlife This Resolution for Membership with the Alliance for America’s Fish and Wildlife and was passed on May 23, 2019 during the 2019 NAFWS National Conference in Phoenix, AZ. Letter of Support for RAWA from the American Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies.

Resolution in Support for BIA Tribal Resilience Grant for Pacific Northwest Region This Resolution in Support for BIA Tribal Resilience Grant for the Pacific Northwest Region that was passed during the 2019 NAFWS National Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

Resolution for BIA Resilience Grant Workshop Proposal This RESOLUTION FOR SUPPORT FOR BIA RESILIENCE GRANT WORKSHOP PROPSAL was passed on May 23, 2019 during the 2019 NAFWS National Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

Resolution that Supports Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Resolutions Passed at NAFWS Regional Conferences

Southwest Region – Resolution Funding for Liberty Wildlife Non-Eagle Feather Respository  This Resolution Supports Funding for Liberty Wildlife Non-Eagle Feather Repository passed during the 2019 NAFWS Southwest Region Business Meeting held May 20, 2019.

Southwest Region – Resolution for BIA Tribal Youth Initiative Funding. This Resolution for 2020 BIA Tribal Youth Initiative Funding passed during the 2019 NAFWS Southwest Region Business Meeting held on May 20, 2019.

Southwest Region – Resolution for 2020 BIA Trust Services – Tribal Resilence Program This Resolution 2020 BIA Trust Services Tribal Resilience Program was passed during the 2019 NAFWS Southwest Region Business Meeting held on May 20, 2019.

2018 RESOLUTIONS

Resolutions Passed at NAFWS Regional Conferences

2019 Bia Tribal Youth Initiative Funding

2019 BIA Trust Services – Tribal Resilience Program

 

Resolution Passed at NAFWS Board Directors Meeting

Resolution for American Express Business Credit Card

Resolution Passed at NAFWS National Conference Business Meeting  

Resolution in Support for Dedicated Federal Funding to Recover Wildlife

2015 RESOLUTIONS

NATIONAL RESOLUTIONS – PRESENTED DURING THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE BUSINESS MEETING

Resolution to Amend the Golden and Bald Eagle Protection Act
A Resolution presented to the NAFWS by the Great Plains Intertribal Fish and Wildlife Commission on June 10, 2010.

Support Tribal Efforts to Reduce or Look for Alternative Non-Lead Ammunition

Support International Joint Commission (IJC) Involvement in Southeast Alaska/British Columbia Transboundary Region

 

NAFWS REGIONAL RESOLUTIONS – Presented and Passed at NAFWS Regional Conferences

Southwest Region – Resolution on the USFWS Native American Policy as Revised

Southwest Region – Resolution to Support the USFWS Conservation Law Enforcement to Collaborate with Tribes for Cross-Commissioning of Tribal Conservation Law Officers

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