K'alii Aksim Lisims(the Nass), one of British Columbia’s richest river systems, has always provided for the Nisga’a people. Ancient spawning ground of oolichan, steelhead, and five species of wild salmon, the Nass River remains the lifeblood of Nisga’a commerce and culture. The Nisga’a Treaty sets out the right of the Nisga’a people to fish throughout 26,838 square kilometres of territory known as the Nass Area. Under the direction of Nisga’a Fisheries and pursuant to the Treaty, the Nass River is being managed as part of a modern, scientific fishery to provide a sustainable resource for the Nisga’a people today — and for generations to come.

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