The Dakota Chapter meets annually to exchange scientific information, debate current issues affecting the fishery resource, and conduct chapter business. The chapter also exchanges information through a newsletter published three times a year. Continuing education activities conducted at annual meetings are a vital function of the chapter, as we strive to update the knowledge level of chapter members.
The Dakota Chapter pursues a wide range of activities involving the fisheries resource, including general environmental concerns. The chapter uses letters, resolutions, positions papers, legislative socials, and expert testimony to support rational resource management.