About Us

MANDATE

To circulate new ideas, strategies and regional policies as they relate to lands management.

PURPOSE

  • A forum for experienced First Nation Lands Technicians and INAC Land Managers, to discuss issues and concerns around the implementation and administration of land management programs in the Saskatchewan Region in an open non-political environment.

THE BOARD

  • Composed of 9 First Nation Land Managers and three Department Lands Staff. Each brings a wealth of information and experience to the Committee.
  • There is much diversity in technical land expertise and geographic representation.
  • SALT provides technical support services to Saskatchewan First Nation Land Managers, through training seminars, workshops and conferences.

Vision

We will always assist Saskatchewan First Nations with land management while maintaining and promoting the First Peoples traditional customs and laws now and for the future generation.

Mission Statement

  • Saskatchewan Aboriginal Land Technicians (SALT) is a non-political entity that provides support for Saskatchewan First Nations Land Managers to help develop and increase capacity on their Traditional territories while respecting local customs and traditions.
  • SALT has a board of Directors of 9 members.
  • SALT provides technical support services to Saskatchewan First Nation Land Managers, through training seminars, workshops and conferences.