Welcome to the
Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance

The LFFA is a voice for the first Nations of
the Lower Fraser River.

  • LFFA EC Meeting

    LFFA EC Meeting

    November 14th, 2019
    Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Location: Sumas First Nation Health Building

    2788 Sumas Mountain Road, Abbotsford, BC V3G 2J2

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  • LFFA Forum

    LFFA Forum

    November 20th, 2019
    Time: 9am-4pm

    Location: TBD

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  • LFFA EC Meeting 2019

    LFFA EC Meeting 2019

    December 5th, 2019
    Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Location: TBD

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  • LFFA December Forum

    LFFA December Forum

    December 10th-12th, 2019
    Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, each day

    Location: TBD

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LFFA Fishers Working Together

LFFA Fishers Working Together Video

In order to ensure that the Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance's Strategic Planning Framework is based on a shared sense of direction and reflects the needs and desires of all participations we have developed a guiding "Charter", that clearly articulates the following:

  • Vision: The desired, ideal outcome towards which the organization is working
  • Values: The guiding principles that determine how the group works together, how they expect to treat each other, and be treated by others
  • Mission: A statement that clearly expresses the purpose of the organization

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Job Postings

LFFA Program Assistant

The fishery initiatives include coordination of fishery dialogue forums, capacity building, engagement with DFO and other fishery organizations, and development of fisheries management frameworks.
The role of the Program Assistant is coordination, planning, program development, financial monitoring and reporting, and technical support to fisheries program staff, the Executive Director and Executive Committee.

Application Deadline: This will job will be posted until November 29th, 2019 or until the position has been filled.

Click the link to learn more:

https://www.lffa.ca/about/job-opporunities/lffa-opportunities?download=593:

LFFA communications coordinator

The fishery initiatives include coordination of fishery dialogue forums, capacity building, engagement with DFO and other fishery organizations, and development of fisheries management frameworks.

Application Deadline: This will job will be posted until November 29th, 2019 or until the position has been filled.

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https://www.lffa.ca/about/job-opporunities/lffa-opportunities?download=594:

LFFA Biologist

Working with LFFA will provide candidates with a diverse fisheries resource management experience. The organization was established in 2010 and is growing its capacity to manage and coordinate Fraser River protection and habitat restoration. The LFFA is a First Nations aggregate organization for government, industry, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to establish best practices and coordinate resource and community needs.
Fish and fish habitat restoration is a key component of the LFFA’s strategic mandate, and we work with our member First Nations, governments, and stakeholders to restore the productivity of the Lower Fraser River. The Fisheries Biologist will participate in building a network of environmental, First Nation, and government organizations to summarize and map the present status of wetlands/marshes in the lower Fraser River region and its associated estuary. This will involve engagement with senior biologists, technical working groups, First Nations community members, and resource managers within government and the greater community, providing unique opportunities for career growth and learning. The successful applicant should be comfortable working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

Application Deadline: This will job will be posted until November 29th, 2019 or until the position has been filled.

Click the link to learn more:

https://www.lffa.ca/about/job-opporunities/lffa-opportunities?download=595:

 

Lower Fraser Aboriginal Knowledge

The aim of the Lower Fraser Aboriginal Knowledge project is to identify important aboriginal areas to protect in case of an oil spill or emergency.

 

1 KidSalmon
2 Troy
3 CheamSalmonCeremony
4 ChumFishing
5 Jessie
6 ChumFishing
7 Sonny
8 EulachonFishing

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Mission Statement

LFFA Charter: Vision, Values and Mission Statement

In order to ensure that the Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance's Strategic Planning Framework is based on a shared sense of direction and reflects the needs and desires of all participations we have developed a guiding "Charter", that clearly articulates the following:

Vision: The desired, ideal outcome towards which the organization is working

Values: The guiding principles that determine how the group works together, how they expect to treat each other, and be treated by others

Mission: A statement that clearly expresses the purpose of the organization


The Charter acts as a clear and permanent reference point for the organization, and a measure for all future planning, activities and outcomes.

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Events Calendar

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