The Kanawayihetaytan Askiy (K.A.) Program understands that First Nation communities deal with complex land management issues. Some of these issues include: land use planning, legal issues such as the Duty to Consult, reserve land transactions, community-based land transactions, natural resource transactions, environmental management, compliance and other issues therefore, it is important that public institutions support this process through research and education. To address this increasing need, the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the U of S is proud to offer the K.A Program.