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The Seasonal Round of the Ojibwe
Monday, July 15, 2019
Kemp Natural Resources Station, Woodruff
Explore the ‘seasonal round’ of the Ojibwe people with Jonathan Gilbert of the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission. The seasonal round refers to the resources harvested by the Ojibwe people to meet their nutritional, ceremonial, medicinal and economic needs. The Ojibwe people have been called ‘seasonally nomadic’ people who used to move around from area to area harvesting resources as they became available.