In the fall the Ojibwe went to the ponds, marshes, and lakes where the rice grew. Because the rice grew in the water, they had to harvest the rice from canoes made out of birch bark. After hours of work, the rice piled up at the bottom. Once it was harvested, they went to shore and prepare the rice for storage.
Some other fall activities
Children picked seasonal late berries and dried them. The late season berries are like rasberries and black berries. They picked them and then took huge loads to dry. They also fished and dried the fish. They cought them all in a day and dried the days work.