Buctouche MicMac Band, also known as Tjipogtotjg, which means Little River of Fire, is located 3 kilometres Southwest of the Town of Buctouche, along the Buctouche River.  The population of the community is 126, and is comprised of two tracts of land totaling approximately 152 hectares of land.

The Band is the main employer for the community.

Plants/medicines that can be found include striped bass, eel, sweetgrass, blueberries, black ash, birch, spruce, maple tree, cedar, muskrat root, fiddleheads, cattails.  Beaver, black bear, eagle, mallard duck, moose, porcupine and wood turtle can be found here. Caribou were present until the 1930s but are extirpated.