Meraki was hired as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop the first Subdivision, Development and Servicing Law and associated policies and procedures for Kitselas First Nation. The project aim is to strengthen and protect the relationship between Kitselas and the land by developing policies and procedures that support sustainable land development on Reserve. It is an important initiative that guides implementation of the Kitselas Reserve Lands Management Act. Additional deliverables included the development of applications, checklists, user-friendly procedural flowcharts, fee structures and a home-based business policy and procedure. Meraki, with support from staff, developed the initial Rural Dividend Fund grant application package for the project which was ultimately awarded in the amount of $ 97,200.