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Water resources of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation, east-central Minnesota

J. F. Ruhl

Water resources of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation, east-central Minnesota

by J. F. Ruhl

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in St. Paul, Minn, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water quality -- Minnesota -- Fond du Lac Indian Reservation,
  • Groundwater -- Minnesota -- Fond du Lac Indian Reservation,
  • Water-supply -- Minnesota -- Fond du Lac Indian Reservation,
  • Fond du Lac Indian Reservation (Minn.)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames F. Ruhl ; prepared in cooperation with the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation Business Committee.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report / U.S. Geological Survey -- 88-4114., Water-resources investigations report -- 88-4114.
    ContributionsFond du Lac Indian Reservation (Minn.). Business Committee., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17836372M

    Author Schoenberg, Michael. Title Water levels and water-level changes in the Prairie du Chien-Jordan and Mount Simon-Hinckley aquifers, Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, / by M.E. Schoenberg ; prepared in cooperation with the Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Expert Essay: Thomas D. Peacock, member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe and author of many books and articles on Ojibwe history and culture, reflects on the Ojibwe influence on Minnesota, from language, literature, and the arts to education, economics, and politics.

    The Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College campus is the product of extensive consultation among tribal and civic leaders, business people, educators, and students. This group defined their needs and, with the help of a skilled architect, created a campus reflecting the integrated cultures of the Northeastern Minnesota area. The Fond du Lac Regional Wastewater Treatment & Resource Recovery Facility is located on Doty Street, on the south end of Lake Winnebago. This plant treats all of Fond du Lac’s wastewater along with that of neighboring communities, approximat residents, to prepare the water for discharge into Lake Winnebago.

      Published in by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, this playful bilingual Ojibwe/English board book for toddlers comprises photographs of Native kids at Fond du Lac Head Start and is dedicated to the many children of the Fond du Lac Reservation. We All . In January - March , the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources held its final major public comment period on the proposed PolyMet mine. This would be Minnesota's first sulfide mine, a type of mining that the EPA has called "America's most toxic industry", located in the Lake Superior headwaters between Babbit and Hoyt Lakes. Sierra Club partnered with a coalition of.


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Water resources of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation, east-central Minnesota by J. F. Ruhl Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Water resources of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation, east-central Minnesota. [J F Ruhl; Fond du Lac Indian Reservation. Water resources in the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation meet the present () needs for drinking-water supplies and other household uses with respect to water quality and quantity, and provide valuable ecological, recreational, and aesthetic benefits.

The Fond du Lac Band is one of six Chippewa Indian Bands that make up the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. The Fond du Lac Reservation was established by the La Pointe Treaty of Archaeologists, however, maintain that ancestors of the present day Chippewa (Ojibwe) have resided in the Great Lakes area since A.D.

Natural Resources. The Fond du Lac Natural Resource Staff is involved in numerous projects, both on and off reservation managing and researching natural resources. Much of what we do varies by the season, our staff supports FDL Forestry, Fisheries, Wildlife, and Environmental Programs by providing technical assistance on their projects.

For example, when you go spearing and netting in the spring. welfare Fond du Lac Band and other residents of the Fond du Lac Reservation through: a. The designation of uses for which the waters of the Fond du Lac Reservation shall be protected; b.

The establishment of water quality criteria in order to attain and sustain those designated uses; and C. The protection and enhancement of fish and. Water Resources of the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation, East-Central Minnesota Ruhl, James F ; Fond du Lac Indian Reservation Business Committee () This interesting report presents the findings of a hydrologic study east-central Minnesota book the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation.

Fond du Lac negotiated the first general revenue bond issued to an Indian tribe for funds to expand their clinic. The Tribe charges a license tax on major businesses located on the reservation. A new building to house tribal government, community sports, and social activities was opened in Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Reservation Tribe(s): The Anishinaabeg (an Ojibwe/Chippewa word meaning “The People”) of the Fond du Lac Reservation are primarily members of the Lake Superior Band of Chippewa, who in turn are one band of the federally recognized Minnesota Chippewa Chippewa Nation is the second largest ethnic group of Indians in the United States.

Fond du Lac State Forest is a wetland/forest complex with several large, shallow wild rice lakes and extensive areas of marsh and wooded swamp. Hikers and cross-country skiers can find great scenery with moderate trail variation. Fond du Lac band members and members of other Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission member bands can find additional information on hunting, trapping and gathering in the and Ceded Territories at the link below or by contacting the FDL Resource Management Division Office.

Natural Resources. Tom Howes Natural Resources Manager. Email Link. Terry Perrault Technician Supervisor. Water Protection Coordinator. Email Link. Rick Gitar Water Regulatory Specialist. Owned and operated by the Fond du Lac. As part of an treaty, the tribe and the Lake Superior Band of Chippewa (largely situated along the northern shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota) ceded more land to the US.

Under this treaty, the US established the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation farther up the Saint Louis River. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: [10], pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: ch. Coming to this place --The origin of the Anishinabe --The people's journey: migrations of the Ojibwe --ch.

ctives of the Ojibwe at Fond du Lac --A book review of Sr. Bernard Coleman's Where the water stops --Fond du Lac Reservation on the St. Louis. Ashi-niswi Giizisoog (13 Moons Program) Thirteen Moons is program that addresses culture, ecology, and natural resource management appropriate to the current moon.

13 Moons features monthly pages produced by Fond du Lac Resource Management and University of Minnesota Extension and published in the Fond du Lac Newspaper.

Policies and rates are set by the Wisconsin Public Service Commission (WPSC). The City of Fond du Lac has over miles of water main with alm service connections providing water to residents and businesses throughout the City. State of Minnesota Working Family Tax Credit Update Stroke Danger Threatens MN Tribes The Reservation: M-Opinion Says Boundaries Are Intact Treuer Addresses Cultural Continuity, Cultural Change What Defines Me as a Mille Lacs Band Member Wide-Ranging Discussion at First MCT Constitutional Convention Meetings September is National.

DULUTH, Minn. – The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa presents “We Are Water MN”, a traveling exhibit and community engagement initiative at Great Lakes Aquarium, March 10.

Inthe Indian population of Fond Du Lac Reservation was Inthe Indian population of Fond Du Lac Reservation was 1, Fond Du Lac Reservation gained in an Indian population between andat around 90%. According to the census, the Indian population of Fond Du Lac Reservation is 1, Fond du Lac City Government's mission is to provide excellent local government through responsiveness and accountability to the citizens of Fond du Lac.

Our Values: excellence in Service, Honesty, Integrity, and Personal Accountability guide everything we do. Fond du Lac Indian Reservation in Minnesota.

See Ch. 5, "Chiefs and Councils" for descriptions of chiefs and their speeches; for information on big powwows and other large gatherings see Ch. 23, "Ni-mi-day-win: 'Come and Dance, Come and Sing--Living and Spirits Alike.'" 7.

In East Central Minnesota, Mille Lacs members are paid $ a month. And at Fond du Lac, band members get $ a month from casino operations in Duluth and along IBois Fort Indian Reservation (Minnesota) (Chippewa) Chippewa Reservation: ; Dakota or Sioux Reservation: /; Deer Creek Indian Reservation (Minnesota) Fond du Lac Indian Reservation (Minnesota) Federal, under jurisdiction of Minnesota Indian Agency(Minnesota) Tribe: Mississippi Band of Chippewa.Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Total area:acres Tribally owned: 4, acres Allotted: 17, acres.

The reservation is located about 20 miles west of Duluth. Its trust area presently totals ab acres. Treaties affecting Fond du Lac are on the Minnesota Treaties the time it was established, it toalled about.