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 based on the land,” Seesequasis says in a virtual discussion on September 15, moderated by Canadian Cattlemen editor Lisa Guenther for a webinar with the Canadian Farm Writers’ Federation.
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 farmstead near Delisle, SK. We had three school groups from Saskatoon join us for the day, and were surprised and honoured to have Debbie Baptiste, mother...
Treaty Land Sharing Network opposes new trespassing legislation
A group of farmers, ranchers, and other landholders strongly oppose Saskatchewan’s new trespassing legislation, which came into force on January 1, 2022, for creating new obstacles to the implementation of our shared treaties. The Trespass to Property Amendment Act,...
Land-sharing network called a sign for a hopeful future
“There is no danger in sharing land; that’s what treaty people do.”
Sharing treaty land
“No ecosystem is whole and functioning unless it has Indigenous Peoples accessing it.”
Halt the sale of Crown land in Saskatchewan
Indigenous, environmental, and agricultural organizations throughout Saskatchewan have come together to call on the provincial government to halt the sale of treaty land to private owners. Since 2007, the Province has auctioned off over 2 million acres of Crown land – totalling an area larger than Prince Albert National Park – with sweeping implications for treaty relations, wildlife habitat, and the ability of people throughout Saskatchewan to access land for both livelihood and recreational activities.