Native Californians

Malcolm Margolin, founder of Heyday Books, wins Lannan Culture Freedom Award

Santa Fe, NM-- Lannan Foundation announced that it has recognized five human rights advocates with Cultural Freedom Awards for 2008. Recipients of the awards represent

Developers No Longer Own Mountainside

SUSANVILLE - A 6,700- acre mountainside planned for a four-season resort in Lassen County has a new owner. A limited liability company seized control of the

Signing Ceremony for Truckee River Operating Agreement

Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne joined U.S. Senator and Majority Leader Harry Reid; Chairman Mervin Wright, Jr. of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe of

Tribe accepts deal to buy Clover Valley land for open space, culture center

A Placer County Indian tribe has tentatively sealed a deal to buy 65 acres from the developer of Rocklin's Clover Valley for public open space

Mining's Toxic Legacy Report from the Sierra Fund

The Sierra Fund released Mining's Toxic Legacy: An Initiative to Address Mining Toxins in the Sierra Nevada yesterday, a report nearly two years in development.

Citizens Group Pushes for Open Space Protection

A Rocklin citizens group that tried unsuccessfully to stop a Clover Valley housing project at the ballot box wants assurances that land purchased by an

558 Home Development Approved for Clover Valley

Rocklin voters approved a development plan of Clover Valley after a decade-long fight over the future of the oak-studded land. With all 45 precincts reporting, Measure

Public invited to learn local Indian history at community forum

Local Maidu tribal members and supporters offer the public an opportunity to learn about historical experiences of local Indians and how to get involved with

Clover Valley's building battle has a twist: Indians are now siding with the developer

We've been following the Clover Valley development story since Marilyn Jasper, Director of Save Clover Valley, sat down with us to record comments for our

Tribal Members Invite Community To Honor Indigenous History, Culture

Don't miss an extraordinary opportunity to celebrate Indian culture of the northern Sierra. Indigenous Peoples Days, set in and around Nevada City, California takes place

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