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Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society
2017 Small Grants – Apply by Jan. 31, 2017!
The Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society is pleased to announce its Small Grants Program for 2017. The purpose of the program is to encourage and support management and research projects that have a direct impact on conservation of Colorado’s wildlife (1 grant), and projects that promote wildlife education in Colorado (1 grant). All regular and student Colorado Chapter members are eligible to apply. For more details regarding application requirements, please visit our Small Grants page. We encourage grant winners to present their projects at the Colorado Chapter annual winter meeting. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2017. Applications can be emailed to Chris Mettenbrink.
Colorado Chapter of TWS Annual Meeting, Feb. 15-17, 2017 in Fort Collins
Get ready for CCTWS! The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society will be held at the Hilton in Fort Collins from Feb. 15-17, 2017. Highlights of the meeting will include a half-day plenary on carnivore ecology and management, a full-day symposium on Gray Wolf Conservation and Management, and a full-day necropsy workshop. Click HERE to go to the meeting website. There you will find on-line registration, the call for papers and information on the venue, lodging, symposium, workshop, and plenary.
Winter-Spring Travel Grants – Apply by Dec. 9!
The Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society is accepting applications for its winter/spring Travel Grants Program through Dec. 9, 2016. The purpose of the CCTWS Travel Grants Program is to assist with travel costs for CCTWS members attending meetings or workshops that further their professional knowledge and benefit management and conservation of wildlife in Colorado. CCTWS will award two travel grants in the amount of $500 each. The Awards Coordinator and CCTWS Board will select and announce the winners by the end of November. Click HERE for instructions on how to apply.
Board Meeting Minutes (Nov. 21, 2016)
TWS Conservation Affairs Network (CAN) newsletter (Feb 2016)
Moose Conference and Workshop
With the support of the Colorado Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Colorado Parks & Wildlife hosted the 49th annual North American Moose Conference and Workshop at the YMCA of the Rockies – Snow Mountain Ranch campus near Granby, Colorado from April 27th – 30th, 2015.
Click here to download the Conference Agenda.