Our organization has a long-standing record of achievement, having been incorporated provincially as the Plenty Relief Society of Canada in 1976, and then federally in February of 1984 as Plenty Canada. Plenty Canada is an Indigenous not-for-profit organization committed to reconciliation through the cross-cultural protection of nature. We believe that merging Indigenous traditional knowledge systems with Western science is essential in practicing effective environmental stewardship. In recognition that Indigenous peoples carry vital knowledge for a contemporary path of sustainable living for everyone, Plenty Canada's projects are rooted within various Indigenous traditions. Plenty Canada is dedicated to Indigenous cultural revitalization, and the building of cultural capacity within our communities. Plenty Canada also recognizes that development takes place at the grass-roots level and that communities have much to contribute to their own development in terms of knowledge, skills and determination. Thus, Plenty Canada provides technical, educational, financial and other support for local community organizations to emerge, who identify priorities and strategies for small scale development that is economically, environmentally, socially and culturally sustainable. Plenty Canada's staff and board members comprise a diverse group of professionals who understand the relationship between the people and the land. We have an established record of successful development work for over 45 years.