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Tribal Government


Nagaajiwanaang (Fond du Lac Reservation) is one of the six Bands of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe organized under Section 16 of the Indian Reorganization Act (Wheeler-Howard) of June 28, 1934 as amended. We have always been, and continue to be, a proud sovereign Ojibwe nation. We uphold all of our rights retained and agreed to within the 1825, 1826, 1837, 1842, 1847, and 1854 Treaties.

The revised Constitution and By-Laws of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe were approved by the Secretary of Interior on March 3, 1964. Written personnel policies provide for the daily operation and supervision of tribal programs and staff.

MCT Resolutions from March 4, 2021 Special TEC Meeting:

MCT Tribe Enrollment Criteria
Resolution 31-15
Resolution 32-15
Resolution +1941

Government Documents

2024 Open RBC Meeting Calendar

Employee Drug & Alcohol Policy

Reservation Business Committee Code of Ethics

MCT Resolution 31-15 & 31-16; Indian blood inclusion on Tribal Rolls

MCT Ordinance Implementing Constitutional Petition and Censure Processes

Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Constitution

Resolution #1421/10 Declaration of the Ojibwe Language as the Official Language of the Fond du Lac Band

Fond du Lac Smoking Policy, approved February 4, 2015

2/26/14 RBC Letter of Approved Use of Band Buildings

Fond du Lac Economic Impact Study

Fond du Lac Comprehensive Plan 2020-2040

Fond du Lac 2019 - 2025 Strategic Plan

Policy for Deductions from Band Members' Per Capita Accounts

Resolution #1024-13 - Support for Canadian First Nations and the Idle No More Movement

Resolution #1373-08 - Limiting Access of Level III Sexual Offenders to Band-Owned Facilities that provide services to children

Resolution #1227-96 - Declaration of Policy Against Violence

Resolution #1399/16 - Licensing of Chemical Health Professionals

Current Writs of Exclusion List

FDL Intranet Site (Internal Site with FDL Forms, Agenda Request and more)