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Dr. Seth Moore - Grand Portage Wildlife Biologist

Dr. Seth Moore of Grand Portage Trust Lands, tracking radio-collared moose

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Wildlife and Environment

The Grand Portage Reservation is located in the far northeast corner of Minnesota, on the rocky North Shore of Lake Superior in Cook County. The Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa engages in fisheries and wildlife research projects throughout the year, working with moose, wolves, fish, deer, grouse, and environmental issues.  Dr. Seth Moore is a wildlife biologist at Grand Portage Trust Lands.

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Dr. Seth Moore tracks collared moose via GPS and radio telemetry

Dr. Seth Moore - Fish Assessments, Calving Moose, and Wood Ducks

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Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

The band engages in wildlife research and restoration projects throughout the year, working with moose, wolves, fish, deer, grouse,
and environmental issues.

Dr. Moore appears regularly on WTIP North Shore Community Radio's North Shore Morning program, talking about the band's current projects.

Produced by Carah Thomas.


 
Dr. Seth Moore by Carah Thomas-Maskell

Dr. Seth Moore - Tribal Sovereignty, Treaty Rights, and Federal Partnerships

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Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

The Grand Portage Reservation is located in the extreme northeast corner of Minnesota, on the North Shore of Lake Superior in Cook County.  Bordered on the north by Canada, on the south and east by Lake Superior and on the west by Grand Portage State Forest, the Grand Portage Reservation encompasses a historic fur trade site with spectacular northwoods Lake Superior shoreline.  The Band engages in fisheries and wildlife research projects throughout the year, working with moose, wolves, fish, deer, grouse, and environmental issues.  In this interview with WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson, Dr. Moore explains tribal sovereignty, treaty rights, and how the band partners with the federal government to protect the environment and restore native species.  Produced by Carah Thomas.