The Bad River Band

of Lake Superior Chippewa



Our Land

The reservation’s conservation area contains almost 500 miles of rivers and streams, over 30,000 acres of wetlands, 38 miles of Lake Superior shoreline, and the Kakagon Sloughs.

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We are dedicated to the protection and conservation of our native wildlife. We have many programs to ensure the health and wellness of our natural areas. Visit the Wildlife page for more details.

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Meet our Leaders

The Bad River Government consists of boards, committees, and Tribal Council. We pride ourselves on the safe, and welcoming environment of the Bad RIver Band.

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Who We Are


The Bad River Tribe Aims To Work Toward a More Progressive, Financially Stable Government, To Maintain Tribal Sovereignty; and Enable Members to Progress Individually, Towards a More Fulfilling Life Culturally, Spiritually, and Economically.

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Youth Programs

The BRHWC Healthy Lifestyles Program’s main goal is to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes in youth ages 3-18 years old within the Bad River community through physical fitness activities and nutrition education.

Let the nature of the land guide your path.

– Bad RIver Band

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