The Ohio Chapter of the American Fisheries Society is pleased to offer a fall workshop entitled “Crayfish Identification and Life History” on October 28, 2021 from 9:00am - 1:00pm led by Roger Thoma. There is no cost to attend the workshop! Please join us!
Click here to register: https://ohioseagrant.osu.edu/outsourced/forms/view.php?id=149307
Roger Thoma was a biologist and conservationist for nearly 50 years. Roger worked with the Midwest Biodiversity Institute for nearly 17 years as the Crayfish Conservation Biologist. Prior to this he worked for the Ohio EPA for 22 years as an Environmental Scientist where, among plenty of other things, he developed IBI and QHEI methodologies for Lake Erie and assisted with IBI development for Ohio rivers and streams. He has a tireless dedication to conservation and his passion for nature. Although his primary focus is Crayfish, he is a skilled naturalist with a broad knowledge of flora and fauna. During his career, he worked on the description of sixteen (16) news species of crayfish either as senior author or co-author.
Immediately following the workshop will be The Ohio Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Fall business meeting. The meeting will run from approximately 1:00pm – 2:00pm if you would like to join only for the business meeting portion. Registration link for the business meeting is the same as the workshop link above (https://ohioseagrant.osu.edu/outsourced/forms/view.php?id=149307). You only need to register once, as the login information will be the same. The business meeting agenda can be found here.
For questions about the webinar or if you require accommodations such as live captioning to participate in this event, please let us know by emailing Erin Monaco at [email protected]. The university will make every effort to meet these requests.