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First, We Must Consider Manoomin/Psiη: Impacts of Climate and Land-Use Change on Wild Rice. Maddy Nyblade’s PhD defense on November 17, 2023

Kawe Gidaa-naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin (First we must consider Manoomin/Psin) Project Update. A presentation sharing research results at the 2023 Nibi miinawaa Manoomin Symposium given by Nyblade, M., King, H. J., & McClure, G.

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A Deliberative Science Framework for Evaluating Community-engaged Research: A presentation showcasing efforts to evaluate our collaborative work, given at the 2021 International Association of Society and Natural Resources (IASNR) conference by Mae Davenport (UMN), Hannah Jo King (UMN), Roger Labine (Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians), Madeline Nyblade (UMN), and Darren Vogt (1854 Treaty Authority)

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First We Should Consider Manoomin (wild rice): Co-producing Interdisciplinary Ecological Knowledge and Co-protecting Indigenous Resource Sovereignty. A presentation for the 2020 North-central Geological Society of America (GSA) virtual meeting by M. Nyblade, A. Waheed, C. Ng, C. Santelli, E. Chapman, W. Graveen, K. Hedin, J. Bloomquist, C. Weiss, P.  Bunting, D. Vogt, M. Dockry, D. Larkin, M.  Davenport, L. Matson, D. Dalbotten, M. Duquain,  HJ. King,  J. Torgeson, P. O’Hara, J. Kay, T. Caldwell, B. Mullen, R. Schmitter,  B. Kuester, L. White

Transforming research and relationships through tribal-University partnerships on Manoomin. A presentation given by M. Nyblade at the 2021 National Water Monitoring conference, hosted by the N. Am. Lake Management Society.  

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Tribally directed research on Manoomin / Psin (wild rice): A 2019 presentation by Dr. Crystal Ng for the UMN College of Science and Engineering ‘Curiosity Drives Progress’ lecture series.

Project partner William “Joe” Graveen speaking in 2019 on Manoomin reseeding efforts in the Lac du Flambeau community

ADDITIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

Dockry, M ; Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin Project Team (2020), “Building partnerships with tribal communities to support manoomin (wild rice) ecosystems, tribal natural resource sovereignty, and integrated research,” 2020 Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium, February 23, 2020, Stillwater, MN. (Invited Keynote)

Ng, G.-H.C., M. Nyblade+, M. Bellcourt, J. Bloomquist*, P. Bunting*, T. Caldwell+, L. Charwood*, E. Chapman*, J. Colvin+, D. Dalbotten, M. Davenport, M. Dockry, K. Diver*, M. Duquain+, B. Duever, J. Graveen*, K. Hedin*, S. Howard, R. Howes+, T. Howes*, H. J. King+, S. Kesner*, D. Larkin, G. Menomin+, L. Matson, M. Montano*, S. Moore*, B. Mullen+, A. Mybro, M. Northbird*, P. O’Hara+, J. Peplinski+, M. Porter*, R. Schmitter+, N. Schuldt*, W. Storbakken*, D. Strong*, E. Swain, C. Santelli, J. Torgeson+, D. Vogt*, A. Waheed+, L. White+ (2019), “Decentering Western Science through Collaborative Tribal-University Research on Manoomin/ Psin / Manomaeh (Wild Rice)“, American Geophysical Union, December 9-13, San Francisco, CA. (view poster here)

Ng, G.-H.C. (2019), “First We Must Consider Manoomin: Tribally Directed Collaborative Research on Wild Rice,” Weston Roundtable Series, December 5, 2019, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Ng, G.-H.C., M. Davenport, L. Matson (2019), “Tribal-University Collaborative Project on Manoomin/Psiη/Manōmaeh (Wild Rice)“, Minnesota Tribal Environmental Council (MNTEC) Meeting, July 10, 2019, Grand Portage, MN.

Graveen*, J., M. Davenport, E. Chapman*, L. Matson, M. Dockry, M. Bellcourt, C. Ng, C. Santelli, B. Duever, K. Diver* (2019), “Critical issues in the Ojibwe homeland: Collaborative research to decolonize science and protect sacred manoomin“, International Symposium for Society and Resource Management, June 2-7, 2019, OshKosh, WI.

Duever, B., J. Peplinski+, M. Davenport, M. Dockry, C. Ng (2019), “Understanding and protecting the harvest: A study of state-permitted wild rice harvesters in Minnesota“, U.S.A., International Symposium for Society and Resource Management, June 2-7, 2019, OshKosh, WI.

Ng, G.-H.C. (2019), “Tribally Directed Collaborative Research on Wild Rice”. CSE (College and Science and Engineering) Public Lecture, Series: Curiosity Drives Progress—Sustainability and the Environment, University of Minnesota, April 9, 2019, Minneapolis, MN. (watch presentation here)

Ng, G.-H.C., Bellcourt, M., Davenport, M., Santelli, C., “Tribally directed collaborative research on wild rice: Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendamin Manoomin.” Affiliates Salon, Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota, February 19, 2019. (Invited presentation)

Ng, G.-H.C, M. Bellcourt, P. Bunting*, L. Charwood+, E. Chapman*, D. Dalbotten, M. Davenport, K. Diver*, M. Dockry, M. Duquain+, J. Graveen*, K.  Hedin*, S. Howard+, R. Howes+, T. Howes*, S. Kesner*, E. Kojola+, D. Larkin, L. Matson, A. Myrbo, M. Northbird*, P. O’Hara+, M. Porter*, C. Santelli, W. Storbakken*, J. Torgeson+, L. White+ (2018), “Tribally directed collaborative research on wild rice: the Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendamin Manoomin project.”  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 10-14, 2018, Washington, D.C.

Ng, G.-H.C. (2018), “Tribally directed collaborative research on wild rice: Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin”. 2018 NatureNet-IonE research symposium, University of Minnesota, October 25, 2019.  (Invited presentation)

Ng, G.-H.C and Matson, L. (2018), “Tribally directed collaborative research on wild rice: Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin”. 2018 Tribal Water Workshop, October 2-4, 2018, Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa Community and Forest County Potawatomi, WI. (invited plenary presentation)

White+, L. and Duquain+, M. (2018), “Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin – first we should consider Manoomin / Manōmaeh (Wild Rice).”  Wild About Rice Festival, September 29, 2018, Superior, WI.

White+, L. and Duquain+, M. (2018), “Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin – first we should consider Manoomin / Manōmaeh (Wild Rice).”  Institute on the Environment Annual Meeting, September 28, 2018, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.

Ng, G.-H.C. and Porter*, M. (2018), “Manoomin / Psiη: A flagship for environmental preservation and Indigenous resource sovereignty.” National Indian Health Board 2018 Tribal Public Health Summit, May 22-24, 2018, Mystic Lake Casino, Prior Lake, MN.

Davenport, M. (2018), “Manoomin in Minnesota and the Great Lakes Basin: A Flagship for Environmental Preservation and Indigenous Resource Sovereignty”. 2nd Annual Lake Superior Manoomin Restoration Workshop, April 9-10, 2018, Duluth, MN. (Invited)

Waheed*, A., C. Ng, C. Santelli, E. Chapman^, J. Graveen^, D. Larkin^, M. Dockry, M. Nyblade, H.J. King, J. Torgeson (2020). First We Should Consider Manoomin (Wild Rice): Examining Environmental Impacts On Ecosystems Using Collaborative Methods. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, October 26-30, 2020, online.

Importance of Manoomin (Psiŋ, wild rice, Zizania palustris) to the Culture, Diet, and Health of the Anishinabeg (741696) Tyler Tran, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN, United States, G. H. Crystal Ng, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Department of Earth Science, Minneapolis, MN, United States and Madeline Nyblade, Pennsylvania State University Main Campus, University Park, PA, United States

Big Rice Lake and the challenges of restoring Manoomin (wild rice) (742118) Nizhoni Tallas, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, United States, Sirena Torres, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, United States, G. H. Crystal Ng, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Department of Earth Science, Minneapolis, MN, United States, Madeline Nyblade, Pennsylvania State University Main Campus, University Park, PA, United States and Darren Vogt, 1854 Treaty Authority, Duluth, United States

First, we must consider Manoomin (Psiŋ, wild rice, Zizania palustris): Emergent understandings of meaningful research and relationships in tribal-university partnership centering Manoomin. American Geophysical Union (683365) Madeline Nyblade1, et al.

King, H. J.; Caldwell, T., Chapman, E., Dalbotten, D., Davenport, M., Diver, K., Dockry, M., Duever, B., Graveen, J., Green, E., Hedin, K., Howes, R., Howes, T., Kadrie, A., Matson, L., Nyblade, M., Schuldt, N., Vogt, D., Watkins, M. (2021, March, 2). What Makes State-tribal Consultation Meaningful? Insights Gained from Interviews with Tribal and State Leaders About the Wild Rice Water Quality Sulfate Standard in Minnesota. Poster Presentation at the St. Louis River Summit 2021 Virtual Annual Conference.

King, H. J.; Caldwell, T., Chapman, E., Dalbotten, D., Davenport, M., Diver, K., Dockry, M., Duever, B., Graveen, J., Green, E., Hedin, K., Howes, R., Howes, T., Kadrie, A., Matson, L., Nyblade, M., Schuldt, N., Vogt, D., Watkins, M. (2020, November, 10). What Makes State-tribal Consultation Meaningful? Insights Gained from Interviews with Tribal and State Leaders About the Wild Rice Water Quality Sulfate Standard in Minnesota. Poster Presentation at the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) 2020 Virtual Annual Conference.

Nyblade, M., King, H. J., Aiona, M., Bellcourt, M., Bloomquist, J., Bunting, P., Chapman, E., Colvin, J., Dalbotten, D., Davenport, M. A., Diver, K., Dockry, M., Duquain, M., Graveen, W. J., Hagsten, K., Hedin, K., Howard, S., Howes, T., Johnson Sr., J., … Waheed, A. (2020, December, 9). First, we must consider Manoomin (Psiŋ, wild rice, Zizania palustris): Emergent understandings of meaningful research and relationships in tribal-university partnership centering Manoomin. Poster Presentation at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Virtual Conference.

(*denotes Tribal partner co-author, +denotes student co-author)

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