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2021 Intership Opportunities in Natural Resources and Conservation

The Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council (WTCAC) is Sponsoring Internships for Wisconsin Native American Students looking for future natural resources and conservation career opportunities.Opportunities available working with:• USDA Forest Service Ottawa Visitor Center and Park Falls or Rhinelander Engineering• USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service• USDA APHIS Wildlife Services Rhinelander, WI• WSB Engineering & Planning Corporation•…

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President Marlon WhiteEagle signs for General Council 2021 meeting

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Ryan Crain nominated as Executive Director of the Treasury

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Ho-Chunk officials examining La Crosse business venture

Jan. 13, 2021 Ho-Chunk officials examining La Crosse business venture A new business venture in La Crosse may be on the horizon if everything goes as planned. Shortly after Ho-Chunk President Marlon WhiteEagle was inaugurated in 2019, he, Perry Carrimon, and Michael Sallaway, met with La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat to see if a business…

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Candidates listed for primary election

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Food distribution set for Milwaukee elders

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Natural Resources internships available

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Ho-Chunk Nation Annual Report 2020

Click HERE for the 2020 Ho-Chunk Nation Annual Report.

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President Marlon WhiteEagle wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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Marker placed to acknowledge Native American burial site

By OOP Public Relations Officer Ken Luchterhand A ceremony was held to acknowledge the indigenous men, women, and children buried in an unmarked gravesite now occupied by the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. A temporary memorial marker was placed at the site during the ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 17 Representatives from each tribe of…

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