We are excited to finally announce the “relaunch” of the NDCTWS! The board has been working diligently with several member volunteers and an outside consulting firm to update and restructure the Chapter. The goals of this long process were to

  1. Update the Chapter’s mission, vision, and core values
  2. Update the Chapter’s working groups
  3. Improve member engagement

A lot of work has gone into this, so we implore you to take a look at the new and improved Chapter website. All the updated information can be found there. The Chapter will be using this website exclusively moving forward. Therefore, the WordPress site and Wild Apricot site will soon be deleted. Member information has been transferred to the new site but there may be a few extra steps you will need to take to ensure your account is up to date… more information on this to come shortly.

Check out the new website at:

Note: Be sure to click through all the pages on the new website, there is a ton of great information and resources on there!

We recently we sent out an email with the exciting details regarding the new website, but we fear it may have ended up in many of your junk mailboxes. We are currently trying to find a solution to this issue! But for now, be sure to check your spam/junk folder for emails from NDCTWS and add us to your safe senders list to help our emails get around those spam filters.

**This WordPress website will no longer be maintained and will eventually be disabled.**

Conservation Note 66

Check out the latest Conservation Note: CN 66 Report All Poachers

Conservation Note 65

Check out the latest Conservation Note: CN 65 Insecticides Pose Threats-part 2

Conservations Note 64

Check out the latest Conservation Note: CN 64 Insecticides Pose Threats

Conservation Note 63

Check out the latest Conservation Note: CN 63 Dollars for Education

Conservation Note 62

Check out our latest Conservation Note: 2021 Legislative Recap


BNI Coal, Ltd. is now hiring an Environmental Technician Intern/Temp at the Center Mine, Center, ND. Great summer opportunity for a junior or senior undergraduate. Application deadline: 3/29/21

Interested? Apply Here

North Dakota Reclamation Webinar Series

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Audubon Dakota is hiring TWO new seasonal grassland bird and wildlife technicians for the 2021 field season. If you or anyone you know is interested check out the links below for more info!

ND Position:…/seasonal…/job

SD Position:…/seasonal…/job

Great Plains Benefit Group Produces Final Report

The Chapter hired a consulting group, the Great Plains Benefit Group, to make observations and recommendations on some of the membership’s desires, which include: 1) Determining Chapter support for a paid management role such as an executive director, executive assistant, or an interim alternative; 2) Determining primary tasks of a paid management role; and 3) Researching and evaluating acceptance of various funding models that would support a paid management role over the long term. Please see the Project Final Report for detailed information.