2007 Tribal Youth Media Videos

Lac Courte Oreilles Indian Reservation

WLCO Fish Report

The fish team produced a video story about the importance of fish resources to the local LCO community. They also nod to the historical fishing rights struggles as a reminder of how hard others' worked to preserve access to fishing resources and traditions. Produced at the 2007 Tribal Youth Media Program at the LCO Community College. Part of the WLCO Science Report.

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WLCO Wild Rice Report

The wild rice team reported on the immense importance manoomin (wild rice) plays in all Ojibwe communities, including LCO. They interviewed biologist and wild rice expert Peter David as well as local elders and cultural healers. Produced at the 2007 Tribal Youth Media Program at the LCO Community College. Part of the WLCO Science Report.

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WLCO Report: The Flowage

The Chippewa Flowage is a mixed blessing: part reminder of a lost battle and flooded town, part treasure to be proud of and cared for. The Flowage team captures the double meanings well in this piece about the Big Chip--the largest man-made lake in Wisconsin. Produced at the 2007 Tribal Youth Media Program at the LCO Community College. Part of the WLCO Science Report.

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WLCO Water Report

The water team put together this beautiful and touching piece about the significance of water to the Ojibwe people. They identify how easy it is to take such a precious resource for granted. Produced at the 2007 Tribal Youth Media Program at the LCO Community College. Part of the WLCO Science Report.

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