Developing Priorities for Angling on Nak’azkli Traditional Territory
Peace Region: R. Zemlak
Prioritize Enhancement Opportunities for Fish
Nation River: Ecofor will work with the Nak’azdli First Nation, local fishing groups and other agencies, to prioritize species, habitats, locations and methods for sustenance and angling use enhancement opportunities within the Nak’azdli traditional territory. This project will also gather local knowledge on the use of specific areas by wildlife within the Nation and Manson River areas. This pilot project will provide the foundation to develop habitat-based actions for enhancement opportunities.
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