LCO Harvest and Education Camp Now Open 

Camp is is located East of Mellen Wi on Highway 77 - Turn right on Moore Park Road or 

West of Hurley, WI on Highway 77 - Turn left on Moore Park Road



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The LCO Harvest and Education Camp will be assisting walks to the Gtac drilling site every weekend this summer to show everybody and anybody what it looks like when out of state drilling and industrial equipment enters a pristine environment.

Paul DeMain of News From Indian Country and the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe announced the opening of Harvest and Educational camp located on public lands on Moore Park Road in the town of Anderson. Concerned citizens are welcome to join in the camp, to learn about the area and the meaning of the ceded territory.

DeMain also referenced sixty-three Indian allotments located directly on top of ore deposit. In the 1880s, the US government began surveying the land that was set aside for the reservations, and assigning the allotments to individual tribal members. Most Indian allotments are located on the reservations, making the presence of these sixty-three allotments in the ceded territory unusual. The Tribes are conducting and investigation into the origins of those allotments, including the chain of title going back to the Treaty of 1854.

You are invited to stop for a visit or bring along a tent and camp out for a few days. This is a Harvest and Education Camp - Cam[ing is free and the campsite is located on public land.