Annual Meeting on February 12-13, at Honey Creek State Resort

Register by Feb 1. Make sure to ask for statewide meeting group rate. The cutoff date for room reservations is 2/4/2013. Announcement Agenda




Recent ballot on adopting a Lead Position Statement for the chapter

Background- Fish and wildlife agencies are tasked with balancing real and perceived impacts of anthropogenic bioavailable lead. This natural element has historically been an integral part of the hunting and angling experience. Lead from spent ammunition and sport fishing tackle presents a challenge to both scientific and public perception. Reports about the impact of lead on fish and wildlife, the environment, and human health – whether real or perceived – create unique social and political challenges for managing agencies.

Click here to see the full statement

Voting results of the recent ballot on adopting a Lead Position Statement for the chapter

DO NOT SUPPORT A CHANGE - 44 (71%)
DO SUPPORT A CHANGE - 16 (26%)
NEITHER STATEMENT IS ACCEPTABLE - 2 (3%)

Updated by Webmaster on 23 January 2013