Michelle Tung, B.Sc., MA (Anthropology) is a Vancouver native who has followed her interests in salmon right up the Fraser. She has had the privilege of working for Upper Fraser First Nations for over the last 8 years, primarily focused on the collective fisheries interests of Upper Fraser First Nations. She has extensive experience in indigenous interests related to environmental assessment, natural resource management, and governance. She is the Manager of Environmental Programs for the Upper Fraser Fisheries Conservation Alliance (UFFCA), which is an indigenous fisheries organization dedicated to the conservation, protection and sustainable harvest of upper Fraser River watershed salmon populations. She is delighted to be currently working with Nadleh Whut’en to support the implementation of the Yinka Dene Surface Water Policy.
Carrier‐Sekani surface water management case study