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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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Snapshots of GFA Projects

Pieces of the fishwheel were transported down a trail by quad, then moved by hand down the riverbank to the beach.

Kitwanga River Salmon Enumeration Facility

Aerial view shows side-channel which served as habitat compensation for stream area lost during construction of fence, and to divert water during construction.

Kitwanga Smolt Enumeration Facility

From GFA's experience in 2008, most sockeye moved through the trap on the left side of the fence (bottom section of fence in photo), so trap boxes were redesigned and moved in 2009 to adapt to this.