Connecting farmers and Indigenous land users.
About the Treaty Land Sharing Network
The Treaty Land Sharing Network connects farmers and other landholders with First Nations and Métis people needing safe access to land to practice their way of life. We are committed to honouring the Spirit and Intent of Treaties by sharing the land for mutual benefit.
Find land in Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 that is accessible for gathering plants and medicines, hunting, ceremony, and other uses.
Find out how to share the land that you farm or ranch with Indigenous land users.
Partnership with the Comeback Society
We had a great day touring Tom and Tracy Harrison’s place with Alicia and Brett from the Comeback Society.
Treaty Land Sharing Network connects producers and Indigenous people through land access
Amy Seesequasis says for Indigenous people, everything revolves around the land. “When we look at our culture, it’s...
June gathering at Maida Vale Farms
On June 10, 2022, TLSN members Nettie Wiebe, Jim Robbins, and Will Robbins hosted a land sharing event at their...
“The Anishinabe require access to land in order to exercise their Treaty rights and meet the needs of the communities. The Treaty Land Sharing Network has not only opened access to privately held land, it has opened a possibility to build respectful and positive relationships based on the Treaty principles of mutual respect and mutual benefit."
– Angela Roque, Anishnabek Nation Treaty Authority