2022 NAFWS Annual National Conference
May 9-12, 2022 in Miami, FL
- Biologist Wildlife Disease Training
- Tribal Fish and Wildlife Program Development Workshop
- Tribal Climate Resilience Workshop
Business Meeting Agendas
This year’s conference will be a hybrid event with the option to attend many conference events virtually including the General Session on May 10th and a Hybrid Concurrent Session May 11th. Virtual participants can also participate in our 5K Swamp Run/Walk to raise money for scholarships for Native students. There are separate registration fees for virtual attendance. Virtual attendees must register by May 5th to receive a link via email prior to the conference date. If you do not receive a link (check your spam folder).
Up to date Individual Members and Member Tribe employees are eligible for discounted registration fees. Early bird deadline has passed. All presenters must register, there is no specific presenter registration rate.
- Hit the login button on the top right corner of the screen
- Enter your email address and hit forgot password
- Follow email instructions to set a new password.
- Log onto your account
- Discounts will automatically apply if you have purchased a membership.
If purchasing multiple tickets, please fill out attendee details for each ticket purchased. For accommodations and dietary restrictions, submit requests in the Additional Information field. Contact Heidi McCann (email@example.com) to verify membership or for assistance setting up an account.
Mail checks to
Native American Fish & Wildlife Society
10465 Melody Dr., Ste. 307
Northglenn, CO 80234
NAFWS Member or Member Tribe Employee – $350
Non-member – $500
*Must be logged in to receive membership discount – See Registration Instructions above
Virtual – Must register by May 5th
NAFWS Member and Member Tribe Employees – FREE
Non-Members – $100
Other Prices – Purchase at registration desk
Daily Rate (Wednesday only) – $150
Extra Banquet Tickets – $50
Room Reservations & Travel Recommendations
The 2022 National Conference will be held at the Miccosukee Resort & Gaming in Miami, FL. Make reservations by calling 305-925-2555 / Toll free 1-877-242-6464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and say you are attending the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society Conference. Free hotel shuttles.
Due to higher weekend prices, we recommend flying into Miami on Monday morning. Workshops will begin Monday afternoon.
According to Resort Policy: Guests must be 18 or older to enter the resort building, this includes the hotel. Masks are optional for vaccinated patrons and masks are mandatory for unvaccinated patrons.
Call for National Award Nominations – Deadline Extended
Submit requests for Tribal fish & wildlife professionals lost in 2021 to be included in our Memorial presented at the National Conference.
Live and Silent Auction Donations
Each year, NAFWS hosts Live and Silent Auctions at the National Conference to raise money for student scholarships. Please consider bringing an item for the auction. If you will not be attending in person, contact Heidi McCann (email@example.com) about mailing items.
5k Swamp Run/Walk
Sponsors, Vendors & Booths
Several conference sponsorship levels are available. To become a sponsor contact Heidi McCann at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 303-466-1725 ext. 2 or cellphone at 720-822-3368.
Vender tables and booths are available. To reserve a booth fill out the Vendor Application and contact Corey Lucero at email@example.com or by telephone at 505-435-1644.
Call for Abstracts and Posters – Deadline Passed
Travel Assistance & Scholarships – Deadline Passed and no longer accepting applications.
For more information
For assistance registering or to validate membership contact Heidi McCann at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about travel assistance and scholarships contact Ashley Carlisle at email@example.com.