The Terratruth decision support system supports Indigenous communities in their effort track and evaluate the impacts of proposed land use activities in their territories. This secure site has controlled access to prevent unauthorized viewing and use of sensitive local knowledge information.

The first phase of this tool was developed in partnership with the Lil'wat and Haida Nations, with additional enhancements funded by the Okanagan Nation Alliance. GeoConnections Canada partially funded the first phase of the tool development. Recently the Northeast Superior Forest Community has signed on as a partner, and has implemented Terratruth for their region in May 2012.

The Aboriginal Mapping Network (AMN) was established in 1998 as a joint initiative of the Gitxsan and Ahousaht First Nations and Ecotrust Canada. Over the years, the network has grown from its humble beginnings as a knowledge sharing forum for local First Nations technicians, leaders and decision makers to become a valuable strategic resource for practitioners of traditional knowledge mapping around the world. The AMN now has a mandate to support aboriginal and indigenous peoples facing similar issues such as land claims, treaty negotiations and resource development, with common tools such as traditional use studies, GIS mapping, and other information systems.