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The Catch: Meet the author behind “Nibi Chronicles”-
“There’s a lot to be learned from Ojibwe history and culture.”
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The Catch: Secrets of Lake Mendota-
It’s believed to be the oldest canoe ever discovered in the Great Lakes region and the second to be found in Lake Mendota.
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Coastal craft beers come to Lake Superior-
Ontario’s microbreweries are teaming up for an ale trail or IPA itinerary for tourists and locals.
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Minnesota Ojibwe harvest sacred, climate-imperiled wild rice-
Wild rice is sacred to Indigenous peoples in the region, because it’s part of their creation story — and because for centuries it staved off starvation during harsh winters.