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Welcoming back Namao: Sturgeon return to Keshena Falls.

12:22 PM, Aug. 20, 2013

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Menominee tribal elders stand on the banks of the Wolf River below the historic Keshena Falls and watch with eyes misted by deep joy as lake sturgeon spawn at this sacred place for the first time in over 100 years. This was the scene of a truly historic event for the Menominee people and the state of Wisconsin in the spring of 2012, only one year following joint efforts by the Menominee Tribe and the Department of Natural Resources to restore adult migrant and resident lake sturgeon in the Wolf River on the Menominee Reservation.

Lake sturgeon (Namao in Menominee language) from Lake Winnebago are ...

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