Federal and Tribal Relations Committee

The Federal and Tribal Relations Committee provides an opportunity for discussion, deliberation and action with respect to fish and wildlife conservation in the context of the three sovereign entities which have various jurisdictional authority over these resources—state fish and wildlife agencies, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and tribal governments.

The committee coordinates effective delivery of stewardship and conservation of fish and wildlife resources and it assures the appropriate jurisdictional relationship between the three sovereigns in legislative, executive and treaty initiatives.

AGENDAS & MINUTES

Annual Meeting:
2014 FTRC Annual Meeting Agenda
2012 FTRC Annual Meeting Agenda
2011 FTRC Annual Meeting Agenda


North American:

2015 FTRC North American Agenda
2012 FTRC North American Agenda
2011 FTRC North American Agenda
2011 FTRC North American Minutes

 

 

 

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FIELD NOTES

The Federal and Tribal Relations Committee provides an opportunity for discussion, deliberation and action with respect to fish and wildlife conservation in the context of the three sovereign entities which have various jurisdictional authority over these resources.

 


 

AFWA Staff Contact
Jen Mock Schaeffer
202/838-3468
jenmock@fishwildlife.org

 

Committee Chair:
John Kennedy, Wyoming Game & Fish Department


Committee Vice-Chair:
Emily Cope, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

 


 

 
 
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