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Bringing Back History: The Attempt To Restore Wild Rice On Spur Lake
The last several decades have been unkind to wild rice in Wisconsin.

The resource has deep cultural roots in the state, especially for Ojibwe tribal members. But it has been disappearing on lakes and rivers.

The Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission estimates about half of the wild rice that once grew in Wisconsin is now gone. Five or six percent disappeared in the last decade.

Now, the DNR and a group of partners are trying to bring back what was lost on Spur Lake.

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