What’s new

Here's what's happening at GFA:

Nass FSC Catch Update #7 2023

Nass FSC Catch Update #5 2023

Nass FSC Catch Update #3 2023

Nass FSC Catch Update #2 2023

Nass FSC Catch Update #7 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #6 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #5 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #4 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #3 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #2 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #1 2022

Nass FSC Catch Update #8 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #7 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #6 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #5 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #4 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #3 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #2 2021

Nass FSC Catch Update #1 2021

Kitwanga River Salmon Enumeration 2019

Re-opening Update-GFA office

FISHERIES NOTICE – GITANYOW FSC NASS CHINOOK CLOSURE, 2017

2014-2015 Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs Moose Harvest Monitoring and Permitting

PHOTO GALLERIES

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Kitwanga River Salmon Enumeration Facility

Aerial photo looking at the KRSEF - Kitwanga River flows from top right to bottom left

Snapshots of GFA Projects

This large cottonwood tree has been wedged into the falls at least since 2008, making it even more difficult for fish to moved past the falls. GFA attempted to cut the log out in 2010.

Kitwanga Smolt Enumeration Facility

GFA technical crews are the backbone of the program, working long, split shifts each day to maintain the fence and process each fish that passes through, sometimes over 200,000 fish per season.