Southwest Regional Conference Sponsorship


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The 33rd Annual Native American Fish & Wildlife Society’s Southwest Regional Virtual Conference will be held August 10-12, 2021

Sponsored by the NAFWS Southwest Region

We are excited to announce that the NAFWS Southwest Regional Meeting will be virtual, and registration is now open! We expect up to 200 fish and wildlife professionals will come together to explore this year’s conference theme: “Laying the Path for the Next Generation.”

The meeting will consist of live zoom webinars and meetings on the following topics:

  • Tribal Reports
  • Liaison, Commission, and Program Reports
  • Concurrent Session Tracks including Fisheries Management, Conservation Law Enforcement, Wildlife

Management, Threatened and Endangered Species, & NAFWS Intern Presentations!


The meeting’s virtual event site, hosted on the Whova platform, will provide details about all of the above through the dynamic agenda, PLUS networking features that allow you to connect with other attendees. Registrants will have access to the virtual site a week or so before the event and will find links to join each presentation shortly before it begins.

All those interested in presenting at this year conference will need to submit their information to Norman Jojola at by Friday, July 30, 2021.

Please include:

Name & Title


Email & Phone Number

Presentation Title

*All speakers and presenters are required to register*


Registration Information: 

Theme: Laying the Path for the Next Generation 


Registration Fee:

Non-member: $75.00 – Of this fee, $50.00 will cover your annual membership fee. 

NAFWS Member: $25

Additional information

Sponsorship Type

Gold, Silver, Bronze, Silent

Event Details

Date: August 10, 2021

Start time: 08:00

End time: 17:00


Event Details

Start date: August 10, 2021

End date: August 12, 2021

Start time: 08:00 MST

End time: 17:00 MST


In Recognition of Their Support

Native American Fish and Wildlife Society would like to thank those organizations that provided us with support over the years. With them we grew an effective national communications network for the exchange of information and management techniques related to self-determined tribal fish and wildlife management.

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