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  • Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife set Anniversary Celebrations

    The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission is celebrating 25 years of co-managing the natural resources of the Great Lakes region on behalf of the citizens and Chippewa tribes of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan.

    Those celebrations include a free community fish boil and concert on July 2nd with musician Bill Miller and three days of activities on the Bad River Reservation from July 28-30, 2009 in which the story of the treaty fishing rights battle of the 1980s are used as a basis for educating future generations.

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