Powwow Fond-du-Luth Casino FDL Police Black Bear Casino Resort Assisted Living Facility FDL Transit


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. In addition to the monthly pages, workshops are held throughout the year. Comments and contributions are welcome and should be directed to FDL Resource Management at
218-878-7148, or thirteenmoons@fdlrez.com

Paid Focus Group Facilitator Opportunity: The Oodenang Project is a grant funded initiative to document sources of strength and healing in the Fond du Lac community. We are searching for a facilitator to join our team to facilitate 4 focus group discussions. This is an excellent short-term opportunity to get involved in research with a supportive team of community members and researchers. Paid training provided. Click here for more information. Those interested are asked to submit a resume and brief cover letter to Nikki Crowe (nikkicrowe@fdlrez.com) by April 10th.

Environmental Institute 2018 Report Card

USDA Resource Guide for American Indians & Alaska Natives, Dec. 2016

Sugar Bush Workshop - April 22

Maple Syrup Producers Workshop Documents

13 Moons "Taking Care of the Land" Presentation | Historical & Cultural Importance of Maple Sugar

Development of Online Course in Maple Syrup Management & Culture

USDA Rural Development - Renewable Energy Systems Grant Overview

USDA Rural Development - Value Added Producer Grant Overview

13 Moons Pages from the FDL Newspaper

Below are links to the 13 Moons pages published in the Fond du Lac Newspaper. The pages are arranged by year, select which year you would like to see in the menu below.

2019 Pages

January February March