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After Water: Native American tribes adapt to threats to species

We're continuing our conversation about the future of the Great Lakes this week. We turn our attention to the Native American communities. For many tribes in the Great Lakes region, native plant and animal species are central to their cultural identity and traditions. But climate change is expected to make it harder for some of those species to survive. So, how are tribes grappling with the potential loss of the species? And what are they doing to adapt to a changing reality? Photo: Flickr/Woody H1

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