The National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) is located on the ancestral lands of many Indigenous Peoples. Due to the painful history of forceful removal, we could not find a full account of the Indigenous Peoples who occupied this land that was taken from them. We are aware that many Indigenous Peoples traversed, cherished, and lived on this land. They include, but are not limited to, the Massawomeck, the Haudenosaunee, the Shawnee, and the Delaware. As we learn more about the Indigenous Peoples who had and continue to have relationships with this land, we better appreciate the good earth on which we work, live, and learn. We encourage others to learn more about the land on which they work and reside. NCTC builds and sustains these relationships by highlighting Indigenous communities, collaborating with Tribal partners, offering Indigenous-based webinars, and sponsoring programs and activities for Indigenous youth.