13 Moons along with the 1854 Treaty Authority, Gidakiimanaaniwigamig Camp, AICHO, and Carlton Schools Indian Ed will host a learning Wild RIce camp for itnerested participants. Participate in demonstrations on wild ricing, parching, thrashing, and knocker/push pole making. Be sure to bring your Tribal ID, 1854 ID, or MN State Ricing permit with you. Free event, space is limited.

Date: Saturday, September 10

Time: 10am – 3pm

Moose Horn River
Public Water Access
South Arrowhead Lane,
Moose Lake, MN 55767

Space is limited, contact philipsavage*AT*fdlrez.com to register.



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