Red Lake, Green Future

The multigenerational effort by the Red Lake Nation to keep their namesake proudly, unabashedly, beautifully Indigenous.

Alan Lajeunesse Jr., a member of Red Lake Nation, uses a wooden push pole to move his canoe through shallow water while harvesting wild rice, an activity called “ricing,” on Rice Lake in northern Minnesota. The Red Lake Nation has jurisdiction over 85 percent of the Upper and Lower Red Lake, which has allowed them to protect their land and waters for generations.
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