NAFWS Member Resources

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Persons who are dedicated to the protection, preservation, enhancement and prudent use, management and development of tribal fish and wildlife resources. Voting. Eligible for Member benefits

Any federally recognized Tribe with a resolution of support for the Society AND paid membership fees. Non-voting. Employees of Member Tribes are eligible for member benefits (limitation may apply).

Funding Resources

Wildlife & Parks Funding Resources

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Resources for BIA Wildlife & Parks funding proposals

National Coastal Resilience Fund

National Fish & Wildlife Foundation

Member exclusive resources

America the Beautiful Challenge Grant

National Fish & Wildlife Foundation

Resources for AtBC grant proposals.

Additional Resources

In Development

Resources for BIA Wildlife & Parks funding proposals

Wildlife Health

One Health Webinar Series

Hosted by Dr. Tolani Francisco, DMV MPH

Webinar recordings and more information.

Invasive Species

Webinar recordings and more information

Additional Resources

National Conservation Library

Members and Member Tribes will receive access to thousands of scientific journals due to the MOU between NAFWS and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service!

Information for accessing National Conservation Library through NAFWS Membership

Tribal Fish & Wildlife Status Report

2021 Tribal Fish & Wildlife status report for lower 48 states
R Program Training
Resources from the 3-part webinar series