Celebrating 20 years of land management leadership


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Mission Statement

USKE is an incorporated professional association that provides expertise, capacity building, training, and networking opportunities that is focus on effective land management practices.

Become A Member

Manitoba First Nations have historically practiced responsible and sustainable land management. In the modern era, the practices have evolved to include urban reserves.

Since land management is such a vital issue for all First Nations, there are many benefits of joining Manitoba USKE.

  • Capacity Building
  • Training and Professional Development
  • Technical Expertise
  • Referrals
  • Networking

Our 20th Anniversary in Land Management

Land Management For Future Generations

Manitoba USKE operates as a technical land management body. USKE’s main objective is to provide capacity building, training and expertise in the area of land management for First Nations Lands Managers in Manitoba.

Consequent objectives include developing an on-going communication and networking link of Lands Managers, developing processes for administering lands, and assisting Lands Managers with changes in policies, programs and situations. Manitoba USKE implements these objectives through professional and skill development workshops and to recruit participation from each First Nation in Manitoba.