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The Minnesota Swarm Celebrates 5th Lax-4-Life Camp With Fond du Lac Tribe
A Chat With Fond du Lac's Karen Diver, Presidential Climate Change Task Force
Karen Diver is the first woman to head the tribal council for the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa...
No Longer Dead in the Water: Last Year’s Ailing Wild Rice Crop Bounces Back
The June 2012 massive rainstorms that wiped out last year’s wild rice harvest on the Fond du Lac Reservation actually have aided the tribal resources department in managing two ric...
Minnesota Tribes Cancel Moose Hunt as Animals' Population Plummets
Three Minnesota tribes have canceled their seasonal moose hunts because of the animals’ dwindling numbers...
13 Moons Launches First Pow Wow With Environmental Theme
The 13 Moons Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Extension program in Minnesota is launching its first powwow this month as the tribe renews its commitment to its community an...
Climate Change Threatens the Ojibwe's Wild Rice Harvest
Mary Annette Pember
It’s difficult to imagine a year without manoomin on the Bad River Reservation in northern Wisconsin...
New Center in Duluth Offers Housing for Natives Hoping to Start New Lives
Mary Annette Pember
Gimaajii Mino Bimaadiziyaan is an Oijbwe phrase that means, “Together we are beginning a new life.” A unique organization is doing just that for homeless Native people in Duluth, M...
Lowering Cancer Rates Among American Indians Requires Better Education, Screening and Facilities
Cancer is often preventable and survivable, but not if you ignore it. “We have to take cancer on like any other enemy. If you confront it you can beat it,” says Dr...
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