Nass South Sustainable Resource Management Plan

The Nass South Sustainable Resource Management Plan (SRMP) is a landscape level plan that addresses sustainable management of land, water and resources in the southern portion of the Nass timber supply area.

The Nass SRMP was approved by government in 2012 after it development in partnership with forest industry stakeholders, the Gitanyow First Nation (as part of the Huwilp Recognition and Reconciliation Agreement), the Nisga’a Lisims government, and the B.C. government.

In 2016, many of the objectives, measures and targets from the plan were established as legal objectives under the Land Act respecting forest and range activities. Old growth management areas were also legally established under the Oil and Gas Activities Act respecting oil and gas activities. The remainder of the plan is government policy.