Together we can heal our relationship with land and each other
We’re helping to reimagine Maine as a Wabanaki place by restoring Wabanaki presence and access to land. This work relies on relationships between Native and non-native people, each working within our own nations and organizations to find a better way forward, together.
We move at the speed of trust
Representing five nations, we are improving the health and well-being of Wabanaki people by expanding our access, management, and ownership of our ancestral lands to practice our cultures.
A collective of non-native land-oriented organizations and agencies working to expand Wabanaki access and stewardship of land toward a future of nature and people thriving in Wabanaki homelands.
Wabanaki Territory, today, is mostly in the hands of non-native people and organizations. We're working to restore balance to pursue land recovery priorities and return land to Tribal holding.
Reunite with Your Homeland
Explore cultural activities and projects that reunite us with the land and each other.
We'll work with land-holding organizations to help them offer land back to the Wabanaki Commission.
(Not yet able to return land? There's still a place for you in this movement.)