|Faculty:||College of Agriculture and Bioresources
|Field of Study:||Natural Resources Management and Policy, Other
|Description:||First Nation communities deal with complex land management issues including land use planning, legal issues such as the duty to consult, reserve land transactions, community-based land transactions, natural resource transactions, environmental management and compliance in addition to other issues.
Upon completion of the Kanawayihetaytan Askiy certificate you may choose to further develop your knowledge of resource management. This program teaches students the skills required for future employment as land managers as well as the scientific and traditional knowledge required for research and decision-making.