The Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council is doubling down on its pledge to stay on 40 acres of Norfolk County farmland the county is trying to sell to collect unpaid property taxes.

In full-page newspaper advertisements and a public statement issued Thursday, the Confederacy warned prospective purchasers of the property on Concession 2 Townsend that the county’s efforts are “unlawful and a breach of treaty obligations.”

To read more click here: Haudenosaunee Confederacy reaffirms commitment to stay on farmland put up for sale by Norfolk County

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