Six Examples of Creative Engagement that Work
We know that having as many people from your Indigenous nation engaged in your land use planning process as possible is a powerful way to ground the plan in your nation’s values, visions and priorities.
Five Crucial Elements Every Land Use Plan Needs
What motivates most planners is a deep desire to create spaces for people to live their lives with a sense of community, a sense of home.
Three Questions to a Clear Vision
Whether you are building a land use plan, a community energy plan or any other plan that creates a roadmap to a future you want for your nation, this is the basic question to be clear on if your planning process is going to be successful.
Background Info Check List
Gathering existing background information into one place is a great way to start any planning process.
Indigenous Planning Cheat Sheet: Five Types, Tips and Resources
Springtime is planning time! Do you hear that and groan?
Indigenous Nations Lead the Way in Marine Planning: How to Get Involved
From coast to coast to coast, Indigenous nations are leading the way for marine planning.
How to Use Video for Maximum Impact
So you have this fantastic new land use plan that you’ve worked on for two years, and you’re so proud of the power it has given your Indigenous nation to assert jurisdiction and take control over your lands and your future.
Indigenous nations prepare for high waters: Floodplain Mapping
Every spring, a growing number of Indigenous nations face the threat of surging meltwaters, and 2019 has been no different.