1954 Treaty Authority
Moose

1854 HOSTed ATV SAFETY Training and certification IN NETT LAKE

Anyone born after July 1st, 1987 must complete an ATV safety training to operate an ATV in Minnesota. In order to keep our Band memebrs safe, 1854 hosted an ATV safety training on June 29th in Nett Lake. Congrats to the 10 participants that got certified, and great job for sticking it through the self study! Check out the photos from the field day. Happy wheelin'!

 

TWO NEW SNF CAMPGROUNDS OPEN FOR BAND MEMBER USE

We are happy to announce that ECHO LAKE and JEANETTE LAKE have been added to the list of Superior National Forest Campgrounds that are available for Bois Forte and Grand Portage Band member use (and their families and guests), free of charge. Take a minute to check out the complete list of campgrounds in this agreement between U.S. Forest Service and 1854, and read up on the regulations before planning your trip!

 

hot off the Press!!

Check out the latest 1854 Treaty Authority newsletter HERE. Our JULY 2016 edition features reminders for safe boating, the petition to list Moose as an endangered species, and how the Grand Portage National Monument is managing a culturally significant plant. Meet our newest employee, learn more about 1854's Conservation Court and get the skinny on what our Aquatic Invasive Species Technicians are up to. Enjoy!


MOOSE; THE ICON FOR TREATY RIGHTS IN NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA

Much of our work at 1854 realies heavily on, as is invested in the protection of this creature on the landscape. Check out our latest video which describes the inception of 1854 Treaty Authority, which in turn provides for the Bands we serve.