The Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (FWCB) Club promotes the development of fish, wildlife, and conservation enthusiasts. The FWCB Club sponsors social, vocational, and educational events to bring together individuals of similar interests, encourage networking, and keep members informed on current issues. Most importantly, the FWCB Club aims to prepare members for a career in the discipline by building field experience and fostering connections with future employers.

The FWCB Club attempts to increase knowledge of fish, wildlife, and conservation beyond the classroom. Members learn from and educate each other, while applying textbook principles in a real world setting. The FWCB club hopes to positively impact surrounding ecosystems through field and public education opportunities. While the FWCB Club is based on the University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus, membership is not exclusive to St. Paul Campus students. Undergraduate and Graduate students majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife; Environmental Science, Policy and Management; and Forestry most commonly compose club membership, but students in any major are welcome to join!

Bi-Weekly meetings tuesdays at 4:15

To get involved with the FWCB Club, please email [email protected], or talk to a current member.

To learn more about the FWCB Major, click here!

Fall 2022 meeting dates are being organized. Watch club emails for details.


Three students holding bear cubs
A gray wolf
Seven students in waders holding fishing supplies
A close up photo of a bears teeth
The FWCB Club painted wall on the Washington Bridge
A student outside in the winter with a lot of supplies carried on his back
A student and older woman holding a lizard
A group of students netting in a river
A student holding a lizard for two children to touch
Two students standing in front of a body of water, holding a water sample