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Manoomin The Anishinaabeg migrated to the Great Lakes region from the Northeast long ago. Their oral traditions tell of a prophecy that said to journey West until they came to a place “where the food grows on water” — manoomin. Manoomin (wild rice) has played a major role in the lives of Ojibwe people. Manoomin, which means “good berry”, provides both physical and spiritual sustenance to the Ojibwe people. The wild rice harvest has begun. Because wild rice ripens at a […]

Amber Heinz – Title: Pharmacy Director

Amber Heinz Position/Department: Pharmacy Director My experience, education, or background: “My name is Amber Heinz and I’m so excited to be joining the team at St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic. I was raised in Webster where I spent many years working at Yellow River Pharmacy, so I hope to see lots of familiar faces! I completed undergraduate studies at UW-La Crosse, and received my PharmD from UW-Madison. Since then, I’ve moved back to the area with my husband, and we […]

Adrian Bearhart – Dept: Construction

Adrian Bearhart Position/Department: Laborer / Construction My experience, education, or background: Hobbies/Interests: Hunting, fishing, snowboarding and martial arts (B.J.J.). Adrian has experience in maintenance work.

Overdose Awareness Day – August 31st

August 31 has been designated International Overdose Awareness Day. In recognition of this day, and those Community Members who have been lost to overdose and their families and friends, St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic Primary Care and Behavioral Health would like remind the community of the risk of opioid overdose and available resources. As most of you know, this area is being bombarded by an influx of fentanyl, a very strong opioid drug.  Only a small amount of fentanyl can […]