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The International Wild Rice Association is a non-profit organization which is dedicated to the exchange of generic information and ideas relevant to Wild Rice production, processing, and marketing for the overall benefit of its members. The International Wild Rice Association is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the exchange of generic information and ideas relevant to Wild Rice...
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Minnesota Wild Rice retailer near Deer River, MN supplies premium wild rice from Minnesota for bread, stuffing and soup for gourmet restaurants and personal recipes. Moose Lake Wild Rice sells 100% naturally-grown lake and river wild rice that is hand-harvested. Pure maple syrup, wild rice pancake mix, fish batter and gift baskets, wild rice recipes, natural foods. Moose Lake Wild Rice sells...
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As a direct supplier of Minnesota-grown wild rice, our goal is to make premium quality rice affordable for consumers. Cultivated on the shores of the Mississippi River near its pristine headwaters, our sizeable farms can produce up to 1 million pounds of exceptional wild rice annually. Take a...
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California Wild Rice a food once known as the good berry to Native Americans. Checkout our recipes & nutrition facts & learn how to cook delicious wild rice. We are the Wild Rice Farmers of California working together to bring you this flavorful, nutritious and versatile food that was once known...
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Welcome to the St. Maries Wild Rice & Ankeny Lakes Wild Rice Company web site, your source for healthy whole grain wild rice and wild rice blends. Whole grain Brown rice, red rice, black japonica (pronounced jaw-pon-ika) and wild rice. The black japonica adds a unique color to this blend. The...
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Wild Rice from Nett Lake - The Authentic Wild Rice Experience. We invite you to share the bounty of this harvest ... and experience our story. The legends of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa (also called Ojibwe or Anishinaabeg) tell of how a great vision guided our ancestors westward through the Great Lakes in search of "the food that grows upon the water." The vision led them to Nett Lake,...
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The Wild Rice Watershed District exists to manage water flow in the drainage area of the Wild Rice River in northwestern Minnesota. The Wild Rice Watershed District includes areas of Norman, Mahnomen, Clay, Polk, Clearwater, and Becker counties. The Wild Rice Watershed District:. The Wild Rice Watershed District is here to help farmers, ranchers, and citizens with water control. For more...
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The harvest in central Minnesota for 2011 is finished. This year's harvest was described in interviews as fair to poor due to higher water levels in particular during the spring, when the wild rice germinates. The harvested rice converted better than last year, and yields of 48% were reported. Please email us for more information. Commercially cultivated and harvested wild rice makes up the...
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Wild Rice is one of the most precious grains in our country, one that we are very happy to share with people interested in having a healthy tasteful diet. Nestled between the Cascade and the Sierra Nevada mountain ranges is the Fall River Valley, home to our small grower-owned cooperative. The fertile soils, clean air, spring waters and crisp climate of this high mountain valley offer ideal...
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We are very proud that our menu and daily special’s are made from scratch! We provide a fun small town atmosphere! A great place to gather with friends and meet new one’s! At the Wild Rice Bar & Grill, we have a fun like no place in Fargo. That small town feel offers you a chance to truly relax, enjoy the company of great people, play some horse-shoes, listen to great music at our live events...
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Official site of the Native Wild Rice Coalition which promotes education, conservation, and restoration of native wild rice. This is the fourth biennial symposium on protecting wild rice and water. It is co-hosted by the University of Minnesota and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwa (earlier hosts included the White Earth Nation). These symposia offer an important opportunity for the university and...
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Let me introduce myself. My name is Tina Jarocki from Eagle River, Wisconsin. My father has been selling wild rice and other health foods for over 38 years in the Eagle River area, Northern Wisconsin, and Michigan areas. I opened my TnT Wild Rice internet store in 2005 and have been carrying on the family traditions and values from day one. We will always continue to strive to be the best that...
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