Lac Courte Oreilles Band to maintain harvest camp at mine site

The Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe Indians will maintain a harvest camp at a controversial mining site in Wisconsin.

The tribe established the LCO Harvest Educational Learning Project to exercise off-reservation gathering and harvesting rights. The camp is on public lands that are covered by treaties, Chairman Mic Isham has said.

The tribe is working with Iron County on a long-term agreement for the camp.

Get the Story:
LCO tribe members plan winter camping at mine site (The Worthington Daily Globe 10/28)
LCO Camp Will Stay Through Winter (Wisconsin Public Radio 10/22)

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