Innovation Award Application Form | Deadline September 1, 2018
The OFWIM Innovation Award honors individuals and organizations that have achieved excellence in the advancement of fish and wildlife information management technology or processes. Nominate your own team or project, or the work of a colleague you admire!
The winner will be announced at the 2018 conference in Hood River, Oregon, and will receive a 1-year free OFWIM membership.
For additional information, please contact Jeanette Jones at 615-781-6534 or Jeanette.firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the second call for papers, poster presentations, and panel discussions related to the conference theme Let’s Partner: Moving Forward Together or to fish and wildlife information management in general. Use our online form to submit your abstract. Deadline for submission of all papers (with speaker biography) has been extended to Friday, September 7, 2018.
OFWIM anticipates a limited number of remote access seats will be available, so think about joining us virtually and giving a presentation from your office.
Submit a poster presentation for the “Hacker’s Ball,” an OFWIM tradition that combines the poster session with live demonstrations of applications. Visit our Conference page for more information about the 2018 event.
- GIS tools & Mapping
- Data Visualizations
- Application Development
- Tools for implementing partner activities associated with State Wildlife Action Plans
- Extreme weather events (e.g. floods, droughts) effect on Fish and Wildlife
- Student Research
- General Session
- Special Session on Open Access Data and Publishing/Warehouse requirements
Send session topics, suggested panel discussion topics, and any questions to Rebecca Scully (USGS/Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership).
Join us in Hood River, Oregon, November 4-8
for the 26th Annual Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers Conference and Business Meeting!
Each year at OFWIM’s Annual Conference, attendees have an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for a wide range of fish- and wildlife-related items. Proceeds from ticket sales support our student scholarship program. We hope you’ll donate one or more items for this year’s raffle! Items may be shipped to:
- UPS or FedEx: OFWIM Meeting c/o Rebecca Scully, 310 NE Snohomish, White Salmon, WA 98672
- MAIL: OFWIM Meeting c/o Rebecca Scully, P.O. Box 2344, White Salmon, WA 98672
OFWIM has a limited number of travel grants available for presenters who need help attending our 2018 Conference in Hood River, Oregon. Apply by July 16 using one of the methods below:
OFWIM is calling for papers, posters, and panel discussions to be presented at our 2018 Conference and Annual Meeting November 4-8 in Hood River, Oregon. We welcome presentations related to the conference theme “Let’s Partner: Moving Forward Together” or to fish and wildlife information management in general.
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 Oregon, think about joining us virtually and giving a paper from your office. Send session topics, suggested panel discussion topics, and any questions to:
USGS/Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership
Over 40 OFWIM members and other professionals attended our 2017 conference at the Chattanooga Choo-Choo. We had fine weather for field sessions and a full slate of posters and presentations that explored new ways of sharing fish and wildlife data with decision makers and the general public.