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Many distinguished individuals were award recipients at the 2020 SEAFWA Annual Conference, which was held virtually Oct. 26-28.
Oklahoma's Outdoors Are Always Open communication campaign received the 2020 SEAFWA Special Award. CLICK HERE to read more about their campaign to promote outdoor recreation during the trying times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oklahoma Fishing Trail received the 2020 SEAFWA Special Award. CLICK HERE to read more about the their work in tourism and wildlife department to increase fishing participation across the state .
Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center (AABC) received the 2020 SEAFWA Special Award. CLICK HERE to read more about AABC's work in the conservation and restorations of rare freshwater species in Albama's waters.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) Community Outdoor Outreach Program (CO-OP) has received the 2020 SEAFWA Workforce Diversity and Inclusion Award. CLICK HERE to read more about TPWD's Community Outdoor Outreach Program (CO-OP) is engaging underrepresented audiences in outdoor recreation and nature.
Jeff Evans awarded 2020 SEAFWA Fisheries Biologist of the Year Award. CLICK HERE to read more about Evans' work with Watha State Fish Hatchery for the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC).
Felicia Sanders was awarded 2020 SEAFWA Wildlife Biologist of the Year Award. CLICK HERE to read more about Sanders' work with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR).
Corporal Mac Davis was awarded 2020 SEAFWA Colonel Bob Brantley Wildlife Officer of the Year Award. CLICK HERE to read more about what Corporal Davis's peers had to say about his work with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC).
Dr. L. E. "Steve" Miranda awarded 2020 SEAFWA Watson Award. CLICK HERE to read more about Dr. Miranda's freshwater fisheries research.
If you are interested in applying for the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) Executive Director position, CLICK HERE.