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Native Presence in the Red Cedar Watershed

Thursday10/1712:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Mic Isham, from the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC), will discuss the Red Cedar watershed and its history. His talk will focus on the Tribal history of the Ojibwe in the watershed: pre-Treaty (before 1837), the Treaty making era (1830s – 1850s) and post-Treaty years, including some modern day issues and connections.

His talk is part of the Thursday at the U Lecture and Performance Series, scheduled weekly during the fall semester. The series is free and open to the public, thanks to funding from the Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership and the campus foundation. Each session happens in the Blue Hills Lecture Hall (Ritzinger 234) on the UW-Eau Claire-Barron County campus.

Event Details:

https://barron.uwec.edu/business-community/free-viewing-lecture-series/
Event Category: Agriculture & Environment
Event Features: Free Event
Event Type: Lectures, Panels and Discussions
Age: Adults
Admission: Free

Venue:

UW Eau Claire – Barron County
1800 College Drive
Rice Lake, WI 54868 United States
7157886216
https://barron.uwec.edu/business-community/free-viewing-lecture-series/

Contact:

UW Eau Claire – Barron County
7157886216
tollefla@uwec.edu

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