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Bois forte Culture/language immersion camp

1854 Was delighted to take part in the 7th Annual Bois Forte Culture/Language Immersion camp last week on beautiful Johnson Lake. Treaty rights and safety were the theme of a paddling program, where participants had to stop at 5 different stations and learn about fish biology and management, invasive species and stewardship, casting and sustainable harvest, water quality and wild rice monitoring and canoeing 101. A BIG thank you to all 10 staff members, 2 DNR Wardens and 2 Volunteers (photographer and paddling guide) that made the day a success... I think our staff had just as much fun as the kids did! See the 1854 FaceBook page to check out all the photos from the day!


 

 

superior National forest camping

The Grand Portage and Bois Forte Bands entered into (in 2014) a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the US Forest Service (USFS) to allow for Band members use of designated campgrounds within the 1854 Treaty Area exempt of fees.

The information in the Superior National Forest Camping General Information Booklet provides for campground availabilities, necessary logistics, and USFS regulations which must be adhered to while partaking in this opportunity.

In addition, the 1854 Treaty Authority has been delegated the authority by the respective Tribal Councils to regulate specific camping related activities. Please make sure to acquire the 1854 Treaty Authority Superior National Forest Camping Regulations.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Vacancy Announcement

1854 Treaty Authority is hiring an invasive Species Technician. See the position announcement. Application deadline is August 12th. All interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume with contacts for 3 references and transcripts to:

Andrew J. Edwards, Director, Resource Management Division

1854 Treaty Authority

4428 Haines Road

Duluth, MN 55811

Ph: 218-722-8907

Fax: 218-722-7003

E-mail: aedwards@1854treatyauthority.org



latest newsletter

Hot off the press! The July 2015 edition of the 1854 Treaty Authority newsletter includes:

*The skinny on three acquired grants

*Wild Rice restoration on the St. Louis River

*Wild Rice, hunting and trapping season dates

*Upcoming events around the Reservations and the Duluth area: ricing camp, firearm safety clinics, plant hikes, and a canoe outing...and much more!

                              July 2015 Newsletter

2015 - 2016 Hunting and trapping seasons

1854 Treaty Authority posts the 2015-2016 Ceded Territory Hunting Trapping Seasons.

Lakes and rivers containing Invasive Species

1854 Treaty Authority has updated the List of Infested Waterways in the Ceded Territory containing aquatic invasive species.