OFWIM Conference 2017
A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words
Displaying and Sharing Your Data in a Compelling Way
Sunday, October 1 – Thursday, October 5
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. Check back soon for photos and more details … Continue reading Good Times in Tennessee
Congratulations to new officers installed at our 2017 Business Meeting: President – Joe Kirby President-Elect – Becca Scully Member-at-Large – Karen Horodysky In addition, MaryEllen Wickett was elected to a second term as Secretary. Service awards were presented to outgoing president Jeanette Jones (now serving as Past President) and outgoing member-at-large Becca Scully.
It’s not too late to make plans to attend the 2017 OFWIM Conference in Chattanooga, TN. Use our handy online registration form to sign up! Download Proceedings (full schedule and presentation abstracts) Fees: OFWIM Members: $425 Non-members: $500 Students & Retired Professionals: $200 One Day Registration: $200 Remote Access (limit of 19) $100 Other expenses … Continue reading All Aboard the Choo-Choo!
Our September pre-conference newsletter is now available. Read up for a list of presentation topics, details on field sessions, and a preview of the bonus map-making workshop. This newsletter also contains photos and brief bios of Executive Committee candidates for 2017-2018. Vote online or in person at the business meeting October 4.
Our January 2017 newsletter is now available! Check it out for a recap of our 2016 Conference at Ponca State Park, Nebraska. And make plans to attend OFWIM’s 2017 Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Our 2016 Conference and Annual Meeting at Ponca state Park, Nebraska, was a great networking session, with members and guests from 17 states and one agency in Canada. The program included presentations by our 2016 Student Scholarship recipient, Kayla Key; as well as 2015 recipient Daniel Walker. Many attendees took home prizes from the raffle, … Continue reading A Gathering in the Heartland
These individuals and organizations received recognition at OFWIM’s 2016 Conference and Annual Meeting: 2016 Innovation Award Missouri Department of Conservation – Waterfowl Hunting Harvest Data Student Scholarships 2016 – Kayla Key, University of Missouri Columbia 2015 – Daniel Walker, University of Tennessee Best Poster Jeanette Jones, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Tennessee’s Update to the Protected … Continue reading 2016 Award Winners