What happens during
Implementation is putting your plan into action and making your vision a reality. This includes tasks like:
finding funding, and
starting and managing projects.
After many years of preparing and discussing, this is meant to be a time of action, building, and seeing results. Seeing years of hard work and planning come to fruition to create positive change can build momentum in your community.
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CREATING ACTION PLANS
This fact sheet discusses how an action plan can help your community achieve its goals. It also explains who is involved in the action planning process, how the action plan is used, what resources are required, and what some of the common challenges are. Finally, this resource offers some helpful tips for guiding a successful action planning process. Importantly, it describes how to keep community members interested and involved while making the plan!
This fact sheet outlines who can be an ally, when to find an ally, where to find allies, what to consider before finding allies, how to build a relationship with an ally, how allies can support a planning process, and what kind of boundaries are needed.
This fact sheet demonstrates two ways to prioritize activities, timelines, roles and resources within your community’s action plan. In order to continually move towards your community goals, it is important to acknowledge what actions can be taken right now and what actions can be taken in the future—this is where the process of prioritizing actions comes into play.
SELECTING TLE LANDS
This fact sheet explains three possible stages to utilize in selecting lands for Treaty Land Entitlement. The process can include community area evaluation, site analysis and site selection. Selecting land is a key step during the complicated Treaty Land Entitlement process.
This fact sheet discusses what project management is, what common issues are, and how to improve project management practices. Project management is important for your community because it helps organize a project’s size, funding, timing and other components that relate to management.
SHARING YOUR COMMUNITY PLAN
This fact sheet provides information about what it means to share a Community Plan, why it is important to share, who a Community Plan should be shared with, how to share it, and when to share it.