Graduate students who are local to our 2017 Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee, may apply for the student research scholarship. Apply by August 18 to receive travel expenses and an opportunity to present their research at the conference. Details and an application form are available in our Awards section.
Register by August 31 to get discount rates at the 2017 OFWIM Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Fees are:
- OFWIM Members: $375 early bird rate; $425 after 8/31
- Non-members: $450 early bird; $500 after 8/31
- Students & Retired Professionals: $200
- One Day Registration: $200
- Remote Access (limit of 19) $100
OFWIM is now accepting submissions of papers, posters, and panel discussions related to our 2017 conference theme or to fish and wildlife information management in general.
- Submit your abstract online
- Deadline: Thursday, August 31
Submit a poster for the “Hacker’s Ball” or a presentation for one of our general sessions. We expect that a limited number of remote access seats will be available. If you can’t travel to Chattanooga, think about joining us virtually and giving a paper from your office. Send session topics, suggested panel discussion topics, and any questions to:
Missouri Department of Conservation
Our June Newsletter is now online, with a preview of our 2017 Conference in Chattanooga and an update on the latest adventures of Captain Jack. Check it out!
OFWIM members can now renew and pay membership dues online through PayPal. If you haven’t yet paid your 2017 dues, request a private link to access your record and get started.
If you are not yet a member of OFWIM, you can join by filling out the New Member form and paying any applicable dues. Members get access to our Groupsite account and discounts on registration fees at our Annual Conference. Visit our Membership page for more information.
Our March newsletter is online, with a Google Earth tool tip, updated membership map, and a preview of our 2017 conference in Chattanooga. Please read and share!