Publications

Nyblade, Madeline. (2023). First We Must Consider Manoomin/Psin: Impacts of Climate and Land Cover on Wild Rice [Doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota]. University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy.

Waheed, Alexander(2021). Manoomin (wild rice) and environmental change at a significant river system of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa [Master’s thesis, University of Minnesota]. University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy https://hdl.handle.net/11299/219282.

Matson, L., Ng, G.H.C., Dockry, M., Nyblade, M., King, H.J., Bellcourt, M., Bloomquist, J., Bunting, P., Chapman, E., Dalbotten, D., Davenport, M.A., Diver, K., Duquain, M., Graveen, W., Hagsten, K., Hedin, K., Howard, S., Howes, T., Johnson Sr., J., Kesner, S., Kojola, E., LaBine., R., Larkin, D., Montano, M., Moore, S., Myrbo, A., Northbird, M., Porter, M., Robinson, R., Santelli, C.M., Schmitter, R., Shimek, R., Schuldt, N., Smart, A., Strong, D., Torgeson, J., Vogt, D., Waheed, A. 2021. Transforming research and relationships through collaborative tribal-university partnerships on Manoomin (wild rice). A. 2021. Environmental Science and Policy 115: 108-115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.10.010.

Cusick, D. (2020). Climate change threatens the ancient wild rice traditions of the Ojibwe. Scientific American, June 1, 2020. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/climate-change-threatens-the-ancient-wild-rice-traditions-of-the-ojibwe/

Nyblade, M. (2023). Indigenous Knowledge: Kawe Gidaa-naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin Case Study. In Clean Water Act Section 106 Tribal Guidance (p. 44). EPA. https://www.epa.gov/water-pollution-control-section-106-grants/clean-water-act-section-106-tribal-guidance.


Research Summaries

Weaving Knowledges in Tribal-University Research: Guidance from the Kawe Gidaa-Naanaagadawendaamin Manoomin Collaborative.

Protecting the Harvest: A study of present-day Minnesota state permitted wild rice harvesters.

What makes state-tribal consultation meaningful? Insights gained from interviews with tribal and state leaders

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