This session will explore an effort in Maine to connect the conservation community with Indigenous people to expand their access to land. It will feature members of the planning team of the Wabanaki Commission on Land and Stewardship Nil yut ktahkomiq nik (the whole earth is our home) and First Light leaders. Here is a look into what land justice means and how relearning, recentering and repairing offers conservation a unique opportunity to grow and find its true promise. We will explore the work of the Wabanaki Commission and First Light to repair relationships and share land and resources between land-holding organizations and Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Micmac and Maliseet First Nations. We will discuss what is at stake and what is to be gained through these efforts to engage differently and to share perspective and power.