An update from the wild rice beds
It's Manoominike Giizis, the wild rice-making moon on a string of lakes in the heart of Ojibwe country. There is nothing so defining of Ojibwe people, perhaps as the wild rice harvest, and this year looks to be a good one- the rice falls gently into the canoes, laughter sounds across the lake, and boats pull in with men and women full of rice worms and smiles.
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