Research, legal wrangling reap wild rice protections

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At the White Earth Land Recovery Project facility, brothers Wayne, seated, and Gordon Stevens harvested wild rice on lower Rice Lake. Indian tribes consider wild rice an important part of their culture.

Photo: RICHARD TSONG-TAATARII • Star Tribune file,

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