Access Land

Farms and ranches within the Treaty Land Sharing Network can be accessed for gathering plants and medicines, hunting, and ceremony. Additional uses may be discussed with landholders.

Members of the Treaty Land Sharing Network recognize and respect the Inherent and Treaty rights of First Nations and Métis people to practice their way of life throughout their territory. They are committed to upholding these rights, and recognize their responsibility as Treaty people to share land for mutual benefit and provide safe and welcoming places where Indigenous people can hunt, harvest, gather medicines, and hold ceremony.

Look for these signs in Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 Territories


For location and contact details, please confirm the following:

Land Use Protocols: We ask that you contact landholders before your initial visit so that they can communicate any information vital to ensuring everyone’s safety. Land access is by foot only, and gates and fences must be left as they are found. Open fires are not permitted unless agreed upon in advance.