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2017 Online Membership Renewal

Downloadable Membership Renewal Form

Society for Freshwater Science membership renewal for the 2017 calendar year is now open! All 2016 memberships will expire December 31, 2016, at 6:00 PM MST, but your early renewal for 2017 will go into effect immediately, ensuring uninterrupted access to all your member benefits. Renew now and update your personal and professional information to ensure that your records and subscriptions remain current.


Membership Rates (include online access to Freshwater Science journal)

Regular Member $90.00
Young Professional Member (up to 3 years after graduation) $65.00
Student Member $40.00
Associate Editor (Includes online Freshwater Science subscription) $60
Emeritus Member (65+ years of age and a member of SFS for 25+ years) No charge
Freshwater Science paper version subscriptions (SFS membership required) $80.00

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SFS Membership Services
5005 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322 USA
Phone: (435) 797-7920
Email: sfsmembership@usu.edu

If you do not wish to use the on-line application, you may download the SFS Membership Renewal Form(PDF, 97k) and return by mail to:

SFS Membership Services

5005 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322 USA
Phone: (435) 797-7920
Email: sfsmembership@usu.edu

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