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October 21, 2009

Manoominike Giizis: Wild Rice Making Moon

Filed under: Native American — Alison Aten @ 7:37 am

Wild Rice and the Ojibway PeopleTC Planet features an article by Winona LaDuke for The Circle about the wild rice harvest and celebration on the White Earth reservation. She writes, “this ‘food which grows on the water’–a central part of the Ojibway migration story–remains central to the land, culture, and a way of life in Anishinaabe Akiing–this north country.”

To learn more about ricing, check out Thomas Vennum’s Wild Rice and the Ojibway People.

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