Management
1854 TREATY AUTHORITY

Resource Management

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Conservation Enforcement

The 1854 Treaty Authority Enforcement Division's primary responsibility is to enforce the Conservation Code of the 1854 Treaty Authority. The Conservation Code is the rule book that we use to implement the band members activities as they hunt, fish and gather off-reservation in the 1854 Treaty area. Contrary to popular misconception, exercise of treaty rights is not a free for all and all subsequent activities are regulated and monitored.

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Education and Outreach

Public outreach...raising awareness of Ojibwe treaty-reserved rights and ceded territory resource management through public engagement...

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1854 Treaty Authority Court

Like any natural resource management agency, 1854 Treaty Authority has rules. The establishment of our organization in 1989 required the creation of a Conservation Court to hear cases involving Band members who while engaged in harvest activities violate the ceded territory conservation code...

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