How Indigenous Burning Practices Could Revitalize a Northern Minnesota Forest

For millennia, Native Americans have used fire to protect the land, replenish native plant life, and create habitat. But a few hundred years of colonial land management extinguished “good fire.” Now, the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe is bringing back Indigenous burning practices in Minnesota’s north-central pine forest.


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