Back in 1984, Grand Portage Band Member Curtis Gagnon shot a moose at the wrong time and in the wrong place. The story of what happened after that covers a wide variety of topics including hunting laws, American Indian Treaty Rights, customs, traditions and spiritual values, and our relationship with each other as people.
On Thursday, March 3 join WTIP volunteer Roger Linehan as he talks with Curtis about that moose, whose death ultimately helped the Anishinaabe people, and the impact it had on all of us.
Curtis is also a founding member of the Arrowhead Coalition for Multiple Use and a longtime president of the organization.
This is a special edition of First Thursday Community Conversation, March 3 at 7 PM, only on North Shore Community Radio. Tune at:
90.7 FM Grand Marais
90.1 FM Grand Portage
89.1 FM Gunflint Trail
Or online at http://www.wtip.org/