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Job listing: MS student, Clarkson University, fish ecology and conservation focused on mooneye (Hiodon tergisus)

Prof. Tom Langen (Clarkson University) is recruiting an MS degree student for a funded project on freshwater fish ecology and conservation, focused on mooneye (Hiodon tergisus) in northeastern New York. The start date is January 2023. Prerequisites include an undergraduate degree in an appropriate major, experience with boats and handling fish, and an interest in fish... Read More

2022 New York Native Freshwater Mussel Identification Workshop, August 29-30, Avon NY

2022 New York Native Freshwater Mussel Identification Workshop Instructors: Jenny Landry, NYSDEC Region 8 Bureau of Ecosystem Health Manager Amy Mahar, NYSDEC Wildlife Biologist Kurt Jirka, Cornell University Department of Natural Resources and the Environment Eileen Randall, Cornell University Department of Natural Resources and the Environment Workshop Dates: August 29 – 30, 2022 Registration Deadline:... Read More

Job Listing: USGS – Biological Science Technician (Fisheries), Oswego, NY

Permanent USGS Fisheries Technician Open, Oswego NY https://www.usajobs.gov/job/662095300 We are looking to hire a full time, permanent fisheries technician to help our collaborative Deepwater Science program in Lake Ontario. Our science informs Lake Ontario fisheries management and native fish conservation restoration throughout the Great Lakes basin. Field sampling duties for this job include multi-week surveys aboard... Read More

Women in Fisheries: Central NY Social Networking Event – July 11, 2022

Women in Fisheries: Central NY Social Networking Event New York Chapter AFS members, students, professionals, and fellow fish enthusiasts are invited to a free outdoor social event at Cayuga Lake State Park. Bring your own refreshments and enjoy networking in the great outdoors. Where: Cayuga Lake State Park, Tompkins Shelter (down by the lake!) When: Monday, July... Read More

Women in Fisheries: Central NY Social Networking Event – July 11, 2022

Women in Fisheries: Central NY Social Networking Event New York Chapter AFS members, students, professionals, and fellow fish enthusiasts are invited to a free outdoor social event at Cayuga Lake State Park. Bring your own refreshments and enjoy networking in the great outdoors.  Where: Cayuga Lake State Park, Tompkins Shelter (down by the lake!) When: Monday, July... Read More

Job Listing: EP Fisheries Biologist 1 (Inland), CT DEEP

EP Fisheries Biologist 1 (Inland) Bureau of Natural Resources Fisheries Division Recruitment #220509-3911EE-001  The State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is currently recruiting for EP Fisheries Biologist 1 (Inland) position within the Habitat Conservation and Enhancement (HCE) Program within the Fisheries Division.  The Department is seeking expertise to support habitat protection and restoration initiatives for the... Read More

Job Listing: Supervising Fish and Wildlife/ Habitat Improvement Specialist, NYS DEC – Region 9, Buffalo, NY

Title: Supervising Fish and Wildlife/ Habitat Improvement Specialist Location: NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Region 9, Buffalo, New York Position Overview: A qualified individual is sought to coordinate and assist in the implementation of fish and wildlife habitat restoration and improvements along the Niagara River in the counties of Erie and Niagara. The relicensing of... Read More

Job Listing: River Steward, Ausable River Association (Wilmington, NY)

Position Announcement – River Steward (full-time, temporary) The Ausable River Association (AsRA), a non-profit environmental conservation organization based in Wilmington, New York, is seeking a qualified individual to provide full-time education and outreach to recreational users of the Ausable River from May to October 2022. The river steward’s primary responsibility will be interacting with anglers... Read More