Mission

The Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority (CORA) gathers all 1836 Treaty fishing tribes under it’s mantle, including: Bay Mills Indian Community, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.

To learn more visit:

http://www.1836cora.org

About Us

The CORA gverning body is composed of each tribes’ chairperson and natural resource entity chairperson. Under the CORA Charter the Great Lakes Resource Committee was established to serve as inter-tribal management body for the 1836 Treaty fishery, and the Inland Lands and Waters Resources Committee was created to oversee inland resource matters. 

The 1836 Treaty fishery continues to be one of the most regulated fisheries on the Great Lakes, subject to regulations under CORA, the tribes, FDA HACCP seafood safety, and US Coast Guard maritime safety.

To learn more visit:

http://www.1836cora.org

Contact
Jane TenEyck, Executive Director
Phone: 906632-0043, Email: jteneyck@chippewaottawa.org
Tom Gorenflo, Fisheries Biologist
Phone: 906-632-0073, Email: tgorenflo@chippewaottawa.org