Manoomin ecosystem study published

With funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), several of our tribal partners have produced a report documenting the cultural and ecological importance of wild rice. Entitled Lake Superior Manoomin Cultural and Ecosystem Characterization Study, the researchers used a combined Habitat Equivalency Analysis methodology to profile changes in wild rice cultural and ecological functionality, over time, at seven case study sites in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, all located within the 1854 treaty-ceded Territory. 

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