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A squeaky wheel with data: how Nipissing First Nation is healing environmental damage
by Leah Borts-Kuperman
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9 November 2023
On 9 November 2023 reported:
On a sunny day in early October, three members of Nipissing First Nation paddled their way through stalks of manoomin, or wild rice, growing seven feet above the Veuve River off Lake Nipissing in northeastern Ontario. The group has been encouraging the aquatic native grass to spread as a way to tackle invasive plants and repopulate the land with a traditional source of food for birds, small mammals, and humans.
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