Beringia and Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council – Land Use and Conservation Finalist

Beringia and Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council were named Land Use & Conservation Finalists in the  Real Estate Foundation of BC’s Land Awards 2018 for the “BC First Nations Land Use Planning Handbook.” Watch our video to learn more.

Overview: For First Nations communities, land use planning is a way for community members to tell their Nation’s story, make decisions about land and resources, and assert their rights to self-governance. However, there are very few resources and community planning tools specifically for Indigenous people. Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council worked with Beringia Community Planning and an advisory group of Indigenous planners to create a BC First Nations Land Use Planning Handbook. The Handbook walks communities through the steps needed to prepare for planning, make decisions, act on a plan, and reflect on outcomes.


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