Working with tribes: Lake sturgeon recovery efforts
A middle school student releases a lake sturgeon fingerling into a stream that connects to the Red Lakes. Photo courtesy of Ryan Jorgenson/Red Lake Middle School.
Recovery efforts for lake sturgeon - a fish once common in the Great Lakes, Mississippi, and Hudson Bay - involve partnerships across governments. We're committed to supporting tribes as they exercise their sovereignty in the management of fish and wildlife resources on Federal Indian trust land and treaty reserved areas. Learn more about how we work to support their natural resource objectives for lake sturgeon recovery in this story written by Pat Brown from the Red Lake Department of Natural Resources and republished with permission from Red Lake News.
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