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Filed Under: Law
California supports non-Indian man in reservation boundary case (12/16)
A lawsuit in federal court seeks to exclude the tribe's lands in California from the reservation.

Filed Under: Opinion
Opinion: Tribal consultation policy goes against disclosure laws (12/12)
Attorney questions new policy released by the California Department of Business Oversight.

Filed Under: Law
Chumash Tribe donates $10K to Legal Aid Foundation in California (12/09)
The money will be used to address homelessness in Santa Barbara County.

Filed Under: Business
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation seeing success with brand of olive oil (12/08)
The Seka Hills brand is now used in more than 200 restaurants and is sold at specialty shops and farmers markets.

Filed Under: Law
Five defendants change pleas in Berry Creek Rancheria dispute (12/05)
The charges stem from a dispute over the disenrollment policies of the Tyme Maidu Tribe.

Filed Under: Environment | National
White House recognizes two tribes as Climate Action Champions (12/04)
The Blue Lake Rancheria in California and the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe in Michigan were selected for their efforts to address climate change.

Filed Under: Opinion
Lynn Valbuena: Tribes strive to be good stewards of their land (12/01)
The chairwoman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians explains why tribes care about their ancestral lands.

Filed Under: Education | National
White House invites youth to DC for Tribal Nations Conference (11/26)
A few dozen youth from across Indian Country will be taking part in the meeting on December 3.

Filed Under: National
Morongo Band distributes 10K turkeys for Thanksgiving meals (11/20)
Over the past 29 years, the tribe's donations have provided 1.3 million meals in southern California.

Filed Under: Opinion | Trust
Editorial: County and critics must stop fighting Chumash Tribe (11/20)
newspaper highlights the contributions made by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians to Santa Barbara County.

Filed Under: Politics
Voters of Dry Creek Band oust longtime chair Harvey Hopkins (11/18)
Chris Wright came in first in a field of three. Incumbent Harvey Hopkins came in last.

Filed Under: Environment
USDA Blog: California tribes work to maintain traditional foods (11/18)
The Karuk Tribe and the Yurok Tribe are working with the University of California and the U.S. Forest Service to maintain their traditional foods.

Filed Under: Politics
Dry Creek Band reduces salaries of tribal board of directors (11/14)
Chairman Harvey Hopkins has given up his salary as the tribe tightens its belts.

Filed Under: Environment | Politics | Trust
House approves bills for Morongo Band and Native corporation (11/14)
Both measures passed by voice votes as lawmakers returned to work after the November election.

Filed Under: Law | Trust
Judge dismisses lawsuit against chairman of Chumash Tribe (11/13)
Chairman Vincent Armenta said he's tired of being sued by opposition groups.

Filed Under: Environment | Law
Law Article: New law requires tribal consultation in California (11/13)
Assembly Bill 52 requires tribal consultation on projects that affect cultural resources.

Filed Under: Law
Tule River Tribe celebrates opening of $16M justice center (11/13)
The 43,600 square-foot Tule River Justice Center houses numerous tribal departments.

Filed Under: Politics
Yurok Tribe reports outcome of election for 3 council seats (11/12)
The results were close in all three races, with one candidate winning by just one vote.

Filed Under: Environment
Dry Creek Band announces $21M solar energy development (11/12)
The cost of the project is being picked up by tribal investors.

Filed Under: Opinion
Andre Cramblit: Give thanks to ancestors for their courage (11/12)
Sharing more about the culture of tribes in northern California.

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