1954 Treaty Authority
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1854 Conservation Officer - vacancy announcement

The 1854 Treaty Authority has a full-time position opening.

POSITION:             Conservation Officer

LOCATION:            Southern St. Louis, Carlton, Pine & Aitkin Counties

CLOSING DATE:    Friday September 26, 2014 (1630 hours)

All applicants must submit a RESUME, 1854 APPLICATION, and a COVER LETTER to:

     1854 Treaty Authority

     4428 Haines Road

     Duluth, MN 55811

     ATTN: Chief CO  Clay Rumph

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT (PDF file)

1854 APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT (PDF file)

 

HUnting seasons - opening dates

Bear - September 1st

Deer (Archery) - September 13th

Ruffed Grouse - September 13th

Wild Turkey - October 4th

Deer (Firearms) - November 8th

For a copy of the general hunting/trapping seasons click HERE!

 

Canada Goose (Early Season) - September 6th

Canada Goose (Regular Season) - September 27th

Ducks - September 27th

For a copy of the 2014 Waterfowl Season Flyer - click HERE!

 

Wild Rice Season 2014

Wild Ricing season is upon us. This year has been marked by a late spring, rains, and high water. It is looking to be about an average year for wild rice across the Ceded Territory, but with a later ripening and harvest this season.

WILD RICE CONDITION UPDATES

For any and all other information related to our Wild Rice programs, click HERE, or click on the tab above.

WILD RICE RESOURCE GUIDE - NEW VERSION

The 1854 Treaty Authority has developed a Wild Rice Resource Guide showing locations where wild rice is found in the 1854 Ceded Territory. Conditions vary and need to be checked each year, but the guide lists 99 lakes or rivers classified as having a good or fair potemtial to contain enough wild rice for harvest.

A list of all wild rice waters in the 1854 Ceded Territory is also included along with other information about wild rice biology, harvesting, and regulations. The guide can be accessed by clicking the link below.

WILD RICE RESOURCE GUIDE - 4TH EDITION