Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

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    The Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) is an inter-tribal, co-management agency committed to the implementation of off-reservation treaty rights on behalf of its eleven Ojibwe member tribes. Formed in 1984 and exercising authority specifically delegated by its member tribes, GLIFWC's mission is to help ensure significant, off-reservation harvests while protecting the resources for generations to come. map

    GLIFWC's policy is set by the Board of Commissioners composed of the tribal chairperson from each member tribe or a designee. Two standing committees, the Voigt Intertribal Task Force and the Great Lakes Fisheries Committee, make recommendations on resource management policies to the board. GLIFWC has six divisions including Administration, Biological Services, Enforcement, Intergovernmental Affairs, Planning & Development, and Public Information.

    Member Tribes: Bad River; Lac Courte Oreilles; Lac du Flambeau; Mole Lake/Sokaogon; Red Cliff; St. Croix; Bay Mills; Keweenaw Bay; Lac Vieux Desert; Fond du Lac; Mille Lacs

    GLIFWC Website
    January 31, 2008
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    Major References

    David, Peter. Manoomin (Wild Rice) Enhancement and Research in the Ceded Territories in 1998. [GLIFWC Administrative Report 10-09 July 2010] Odanah, 2010. View Full Entry (Full text available)

    Minor References

    Luehring and Rose. Fish Population Assessments of Ceded Territory Lakes in Wisconsin..... [GLIFWC Administrative Report 12-05, June, 2012] Odanah, 2012. View Full Entry (Full text available)
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