Bertha Sutherland, Charlene Neegan & Roger Wesley, Constance Lake First Nation, Wilfred Wesley & Josie Oombash, Cat Lake First Nation, Tommy Yellowhead, Nibinamik First Nation
The importance of land management, surveying and land use planning is known to all the First Nation Communities. For some, this is the difference between protected areas, traditions and areas of interest. These plans are put in place to establish goals for cultural, social, and environmental issues and economic growth. What happens after the land management and surveying has been completed by your community? This workshop will help give you an insight on best practices, the struggles before and after your community land use plan has been completed and next steps. You will learn different ways to keep your community engaged.