For undergraduate students interested in seasonal agency work and fisheries biology professions.
An intensive, two-day workshop designed to demonstrate the fish-sampling gears most commonly used by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources-Division of Wildlife (ODW) and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) for undergraduate students interested in seasonal agency work and fisheries biology professions. Stone Lab, ODW, and OEPA biologists provide hands-on experience with fyke nets, gill nets, trawls, and boat-based as well as wading electrofishing methods. Offered over one weekend early in autumn semester.
Workshop registration is first-come, first-served and limited to 9 participants. Preference will be given to undergraduate college students until September 5. Participants will not receive college credit.