***This training is now full - we are no longer accepting registrations.

If you are interested in a future offering of this training please send an email to: talsaa.communications@nalma.ca


The Treaty and Aboriginal Land Stewards Association of Alberta, in partnership with the National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association, is pleased to announce the Introductory Guide to Land Management training taking place on June 26 & 27, 2023 at the Hilton Garden Inn – West Edmonton in Edmonton, Alberta.  


The Introductory Guide to Land Management is a two-day training workshop on the basics of managing First Nation reserve lands. The training is comprised of very basic information to assist the participant to better understand the fundamental concepts of land management and the influences effecting the day-to-day management. The legal obligations, division of authorities, and administrative structure that lands managers work within and the regulatory regimes that effect reserve lands will be reviewed and discussed. 


Limited Spots Available.***  


Participants are required to attend both days in full to receive a certificate and accreditation. 


Instructor: Debra Campbell, NALMA Instructor


Debra Campbell is a member of the Musqueam Indian Band, a Coast Salish Community located in Vancouver, BC.  She attained her post-secondary education at Langara College, Vancouver, BC in the Business Administration Program, earned certification as a Facilitator of Adult Learning from Loyalist College, Belleville, ON, received certification as a Professional Aboriginal Economic Developer (PAED) from Cando, received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Administration and Governance at Ryerson University, Toronto, ON., and a Master’s Degree in Education at Yorkville University, Fredericton, NB. Debra has worked in First Nation land management and economic development for 40+ years primarily for First Nations across Canada and participated in many projects, boards, and commissions, nationally, provincially, and regionally.  For the past 18 years she has worked with the National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association as the Master Instructor for the Professional Lands Management Certification Program.