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The Lheidli T'enneh's traditional territory includes the entire upper Fraser River watershed and portions of the Nechako and Peace watersheds. Those areas provide habitat for numerous stocks of resident species, including salmon, and the Lheidli T'enneh has a long and important relationship as stewards of those aquatic resources. Extensive use of the Territory's aquatic resources, including fish, continues today.




Brian Toth - Fisheries Manager

Phone: 250-963-8451

Carl Frederick


Carl Frederick - Assistant Fisheries Program Manager

Phone: 250-963-8451



Overview of Programs

Lheidli T'enneh's Fisheries Program works to further the fisheries related interests of the Community and does so both independently and in conjunction with Provincial and Federal fisheries agencies. Key recent and current initiatives include the following:

  1. Managing and monitoring the Community's Food, Social and Ceremonial harvest of salmon;
  2. Enumerating spawning Chinook in several key tributary streams to the upper Fraser River;
  3. Developing and implementing a rebuilding plan for the Bowron sockeye population; and
  4. Research and monitoring of the Upper Fraser's white sturgeon population, including juvenile monitoring for the purposes of understanding activities associated with the Nechako white sturgeon recovery initiative.


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1041 Whenun Road
Prince George, BC • V2K 5X8

Phone: 250.963.8451
Toll-Free: 1.877.963.8451
Fax: 250.963.6954

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