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ICTWS Federal Land Transfer Position Statement

The PDF ICTWS Federal Land Transfer Position Statement describing ICTWS's stance on the transfer of federal land to state ownership and management has been finalized. The Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society is opposed to this type of transfer for multiple reasons, all of which are outlined in the statement.

National TWS Conference — September 2017

The 24th Annual Conference will be held in Albuquerque, NM from September 23-27, 2017. Members who register before July 1 will receive a $50 discount.
More information about the conference.

Idaho Climate Summit — November 2017

The much anticipated Idaho Climate Summit will be held in Boise, ID from November 16-17, 2017 at Boise State University, with satellite access currently scheduled at Idaho State University and University of Idaho. The summit is titled Safeguarding Idaho's Economy in a Changing Climate — Our Water, Our Land, Our Health, Our Future. Please spread the word about the event and the opportunity for additional sponsorship.

See the following document for more information about the summit and how to become a sponsor:
pdf Idaho Climate Summit Information

2017 ICTWS Annual Meeting Highlights

Thank you to all who made our meeting a success this year. We socialized, exchanged ideas, shared knowledge, and welcomed new members. In case you missed the 2017 ICTWS/ICAFS joint meeting in Boise, Idaho, visit our History page.

2018 ICTWS Annual Meeting

The meeting time and place have been decided! We will meet in Idaho Falls on March 6-8, 2018. Check the Annual Meeting page for details.

Climate Change Topics Survey

Below is a link to a survey put out by the American Fisheries Society (AFS) and TWS. The goal of the survey is to identify the climate change related topics that are of greatest concern to natural resource professionals, specifically AFS and TWS members.

The Wildlife Society
ICTWS is a State Affiliate of The Wildlife Society