The Fond du Lac Natural
Resource Staff is involved in numerous projects, both on and off
reservation managing and researching natural resources. Much of what
we do varies by the season, our staff supports FDL Forestry,
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Environmental Programs by providing
technical assistance on their projects.
For example, when you go spearing and
netting in the spring, our staff are the creel clerks who weigh,
measure and collect biological samples at Mille Lacs Lake. When you
sell your rice, our staff weighs and transports the rice to
processors. We assist our Forestry Program by providing tree
planting, by hand and with their “tree spade”. We provide assistance
to the Gitigaan Club by tilling garden plots for Band Members. Data
entry and sample processing is provided for various Programs in
Resource Management. We do roadside mowing for tribal roads,
maintain and prepare the powwow arbor and grounds at Mashkawisen.
The list of activities we are
involved in is diverse, and while we provide assistance on numerous
projects for other Resource Management activities we have several
projects of our own that are detailed in the sections above.
If you have comments or concerns:
Thomas Howes, Program Manager
Terry Perrault, Lead Technician