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Native American And Tribal Grants

Oct 2nd 2017 Qualify and Receive Funds for College Native Americans, and Native Alaskans, have a long history of being under-represented in traditional American colleges and universities. Over the years, a large number of financial aid programs have been put into place to help redress this imbalance. These programs are supported by both the private and…

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Elizabeth Cordova Dollar Circa 1920

Sept. 30th. 2017..Here is an amazing look at one of the DCR’s oldest archival photo galleries. This gallery from our private collection features the Dry Creek Rancheria in the 20’s as well as an incredible timeless look at one of our Elders, Elizabeth Lozinto Cordova Dollar. From the Book “Healdsburg” on Google Books

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Bellacana Vineyards Facebook Page

Sept. 29th 2017

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Southern Pomo Alphabet

Sept 4th 2017 Dry Creek Alphabet Poster

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Native American Burials and Skeletal Remains

Aug 30th 2017,  Ever wonder what to do if you find skeletal remains on a hike or in your backyard? Ever wonder what the procedure is when someone does find something like this? The Professional Guide for the Preservation and Protection of Native American Remains and Associated Grave Sites has the answer. Thank you to…

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Our Matriarchal Elders

Aug 24th 2017 – From our private archive, here is a photo gallery of some of our Matriarchal Elders.

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Mihila Kawna Wines Aerial Video and Online Shop

Aug 3rd 2017 – In Alexander Valley, right next to Geyserville Ca. and directly across from our River Rock Casino, is where Mihila Kawna Wine grapes are grown. We call our Vineyard, Bellacana. We are very excited to announce that you can now visit our Wine Shop online and get Mihila Kawna Wines shipped right…

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The California Indian Basketweavers Association

July 30th, 2017 Background and History In the late 20th century, the age-old art of basketweaving, perfected over centuries by California Indians, appeared at risk of dying out. Few younger weavers were learning to weave, and the mostly older women who continued to weave were finding it increasingly difficult to carry on their work. The…

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Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Financial Assistance and Social Services

July 20th 2017 – Program Description The BIA Financial Assistance and Social Services program provides assistance to Federally recognized American Indians and Alaska Native tribe members in the following ways: General Assistance: Cash assistance to meet essential needs of food, clothing, shelter, and utilities. Additionally, each General Assistance recipient must work with a social services…

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Dry Creek Brush Arbor

July 5th 2017 – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District and the DCR signed a 25-year lease for 27 acres downstream of the dam. The lease includes four 25-year renewals. The Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians built the new redwood brush arbor where we host cultural celebrations for the first time since the…

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