Great Ways to Honor Native American Heritage Month – Wisconsin
The first tribal national park in the United States, Wisconsin’s Frog Bayconserves and protects the historic and cultural use of the land, as well the headwaters of the Frog Creek Watershed, a unique forest type with undeveloped Lake Superior Shoreline and a pristine coastal estuary. Inside the park, the trails are marked with Anishinaabe cultural interpretive signs. Open year-round for recreation in both summer and winter, it’s a popular spot for hiking and snowshoeing. Pick your own apples and vegetables on the 2,400 acres of the Oneida Nation Apple Orchard, and create a feast with spectacular seafood from Red Cliff Fish Company, which is owned by the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. Toast Native American Heritage Month with a cocktail crafted with spirits created at Copper Crow Distillery, the nation’s first Native-owned distillery.