Land Management is the process and structure by which Chief and Councillors, and Lands staff direct and manage lands, and resources, and environment on reserves.
Additions to Reserves and Reserve Creation:
Intended to assist First Nation Land Managers, and other key stakeholders to navigate through the three phases of the Additions to Reserve, and Reserve Creation process. The primary focus of this training is to provide participants with a clear understanding of the ATR/RC process and the First Nation’s role in developing their ATR/RC proposal.
Introduction to Land Management:
Intended for those who are not familiar with land management on reserve lands. Land Managers, and other key stakeholders are taught basic information to better understand the fundamental concept of land management and the influences effecting policy and procedures.
Land Regimes and Office Set-Up:
To provide an understanding of the roles and responsibilities associated with opting into the Reserve Land and Environment Management Program (RLEMP), First Nation Lands Management Act (FNLMA), and Self-Government Land Regimes. This training also includes an overview of best practices for the set up of a lands office.
Intended to provide land managers with a greater understanding of the fundamental concepts of Locatee Leasing management to ensure the well-being of the community members and to protect First Nation assets.
This training is designed to provide an overview of managing commercial leasing on reserve.
Matrimonial Real Property:
Intended to assist with the implementation of the Family Homes on Reserves or Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act (the Act), Matrimonial Real Property training sessions will provide information on the protections and rights available to individuals and families living on reserves, on the provisional federal rules, once in force, and an understanding of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.
Reserve Land Designations:
Intended to assist First Nation Land Managers to navigate through the Designation Process. This process is a critical and imperative part of setting aside Reserve Land for economic development and other non-traditional uses for extended periods of time.
This training will provide participants with a general overview of Environmental Management on Reserve lands. Participants will gain an understanding of how to develop an Environmental Management plan for their community.
To view our specialized training schedule, and to register for a session, please visit our events calendar nalma.ca/events