During the production sessions, participants were invited to think about how they see their territory and to work with pencils, paper, painting, fabric, clay, scissors, computers and any other material to create maps that reflect their visions. The creation of these maps were facilitated by Indigenous and non-indigenous mapmakers with experience in alternative forms of cartography. The overall goal of these sessions was to expose participants to the endless possibilities of representing territories, stories, and epistemologies differently, and to promote the development of spatial representations that emerge from members of Indigenous communities. Participants were invited to join us for as many of these six sessions as they wanted, and although most participants came for only one mapping session, many returned to view other works produced during the week.