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Photo by Brad Dokken / Forum Communications Patrick Blackwater (right) of Diné College in Tsaile, Ariz., and Triston Black, 14, check out a batch of walleyes brought to the scale Aug. 3 during a tour of the Red Lake Nation Fishery plant in Redby, Minn. Blackwater, an extension services liaison at the college, was in charge of the Navajo youths who spent four days with kids from the Red Lake Indian Reservation as part of the Chief Meskokonaye Youth Cultural Learning Camp.

Navajo youths come to Minnesota

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RED LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION, Minn. -- They came as strangers, young people from the Navajo Nation in Arizona who had never seen anything quite like the massive body of water the Aniishiinabe call Miskwagami-wizaga-igoniyg for its beautiful sunsets.

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Red Lake, they said, looked like an ocean.

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