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Public needs to know what’s happening with ‘co-management’

By |February 11th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

In the past, the public was always invited to observe MLFAC and DNR rep discussions. Plus, 15 minutes were reserved for public comments and questions. Not this time. A DNR Press Release for the January 28 MLFAC meeting never showed up. We found out about it the day before and quickly sent out an Email Alert. Three hours later, the [...]

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DNR CANCELS MLFAC meeting

By |January 27th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

The DNR has CANCELED the MLFAC meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, January 28 The meeting was canceled around 6:30 this evening. A rescheduled meeting is to be set in about three weeks. PERM will send an ALERT about the next MLFAC meeting as soon as we learn the date.

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PRIORITY NOTICE: MLFAC meets TUESDAY 28

By |January 27th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory Committee Meets TOMORROW, Tuesday, January 28th at 5 pm PERM just learned of a MLFAC Meeting being held TOMORROW, Tuesday, January 28th at 5 pm. (Prior notice by the DNR may have had limited distribution.) The Mille Lacs Fisheries Advisory Committee (MLFAC) will meet from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28th, at Appeldoorn's [...]

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Mille Lacs Treaties Explained

By |January 16th, 2020|Categories: Updates|

The US Supreme Court did not order the State of MN, or the MN DNR, to discriminate in the Mille Lacs Treaty Case! The 1837 Treaty did not promote discrimination; it did exactly the opposite. The treaties were promoting equal rights. Currently, the so-called "co-management" of Mille Lacs Lake discriminates--different rules for tribal vs. non-tribal anglers and hunters. A main [...]

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Court rules in favor of state in 1855 Treaty netting case

By |December 23rd, 2019|Categories: Updates|

Lawsuit part of campaign to expand "harvest rights" across entire 1855 ceded territory Take a look at the Brainerd Dispatch article below by Jennifer Kraus. It's the latest development in a case over illegal gill netting of walleye on Gull Lake. We need to watch this case over an attempt to establish "treaty harvest rights" that are non-existent in the [...]

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What is Really Happening at Mille Lacs?

By |December 18th, 2019|Categories: Updates|

By Clare Fitz -- CERA Report Member Update -- December 2019 The economy of and surrounding Mille Lacs Lake, located 100 miles north of Minneapolis-St Paul, whose economy for many many years has been based on Walleye fishing and the tourism built around it, once known as the Walleye Capitol of the World, is being destroyed. Why? Perhaps a little [...]

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