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September
Murphy Commons Apartments
1290 Notre Dame Blvd, Chico, CA 95928

Private Well and Septic Owners: When was the last time you had your well tested? Do you want to learn more about protecting your groundwater and the issues that can impact drinking water? Are you having well or septic sys-tem problems?

This free workshop will educate private well and septic owners on proper operation and maintenance of drinking water wells and septic systems, com-mon troubleshooting of domestic well and septic systems, preventive mainte-nance and solutions.

 

If you live in a house on private septic or you get your water from a well, this training is for you! This workshop qualifies for 0.6 CEUs.

 

Workshop agenda:

  • Septic system function
  • Do’s and Don’ts for keeping your septic system operating
  • Preventative maintenance for maintaining healthy septic systems
  • Groundwater and water cycle
  • Well system components and how they work
  • Contaminants and how your well may be vulnerable
  • Importance of water quality
  • Typical treatment methods

Register online at: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=1863

For registration questions, contact:

registration@rcac.org • (916) 447-9832;1429

For more information regarding workshop content, contact: Katrina Hiott at khiott@rcac.org(916) 447-9832 ext. 1088

 

Bissap Baobab
381 15th St, Oakland, California 94612

In the solidarity of the protection of sacred sites. indigenuity, and culture.

ONLINE FUNDRAISER: https://audiopharmacy.shop/collections/oakland-for-mauna-kea-donation-rewards

 

 

Bissap Baobab
381 15th St, Oakland, California 94612

In the solidarity of the protection of sacred sites. indigenuity, and culture.

ONLINE FUNDRAISER: https://audiopharmacy.shop/collections/oakland-for-mauna-kea-donation-rewards

 

 

San Juan Bautista State Historic Park
San Juan Bautista, California 95045

WALK WITH US— Juristac, the sacred ceremonial grounds of our tribe, is currently threatened by a proposed 320-acre sand and gravel mining operation. To gather strength as we organize to stop this destructive project, we will walk 5 miles together in the footsteps of our ancestors, from Mission San Juan Bautista to the eastern edge of Juristac (Sargent Ranch.) All who wish to stand with us for the protection of our sacred land and the wellness of our future generations are invited to participate.

WALK for Juristac
Sunday, Sept. 8th

1:00pm

Meet @ Plaza Square, San Juan Bautista State Historic Park

Anticipated end time: 6pm

Please RSVP below

You can also donate here to help cover the costs of this mobilization.

 

People of all ages and abilities are welcome. You can walk part of the way, the whole 5 miles, or only join for the opening and closing gatherings.

Please arrive on time and bring your own snacks, sun protection and water bottle. Dinner will be provided.

Accessibility info: the walk route is mostly flat and level, on bike lanes and road shoulders, except for one section near the end at the San Benito River crossing where there is a dirt trail with uneven terrain (shuttle will be available to get around this section.) All the walkers will be in one group led by tribal members. There will be support vans, so that walkers can step out and rest, or rejoin the walk, during periodic stops. The opening and closing sites are grassy open spaces adjacent to paved roads; access to the closing site is via an unpaved driveway at Betabel.

The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band is comprised of descendants of the indigenous peoples taken to missions San Juan Bautista and Santa Cruz.

This meeting is designed for Tribal Government Leaders, Environmental and Cultural Resources Staff.

  • Discuss the status and next steps related to Delta water conveyance
  • Update on associated environmental planning efforts
  • Update on future CEQA and AB52 requirements

    Wednesday, September 11, 2019 9:30 a.m.—3:00 p.m.

    United Auburn Indian Community, Pano Hall, Thunder Valley Conference Room 1200 Athens Avenue, Lincoln, CA 95648

    For more information, please contact:

    Anecita Agustinez, DWR Tribal Policy Advisor

    Anecita. Agustinez@water.ca.gov

    RSVP by September 5, 2019 to

    tribalpolicyadvisor@water.ca.gov

Colusa Indian Community, Community Center
Community Center 3470 Highway 45 Colusa, CA 95932

No additional detail for this event.

Glen Cove Park
Glen Cove Pkway, Vallejo, California 94591

We are grateful for your interest in joining us on this prayerful journey.

Run4Salmon is an Indigenous women-led prayerful Ceremonial journey.This is a free event and it is family friendly as well as dog friendly.This is a drug-free and alcohol-free prayerful journey. Participants must follow ceremonial protocol at all times.

All participants and volunteers are invited to read the the two documents linked below. If you still have questions, feel free to reach out to us and we will do our best to get back to you in a timely manner.

—>READ R4S 2019 PARTICIPANT INFO
http://bit.ly/r4s2019participantinfo

—>READ R4S DISCLAIMER
http://bit.ly/r4sdisclaimer

This will be our 4th Run4Salmon prayerful journey led by Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu tribe to restore our salmon runs, protect our waters and our Indigenous lifeways. We look forward to having you with us!

Thank you,

Run4Salmon Organizers

For questions on registration, please contact registration@rcac.org OR Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

For questions on registration, please contact registration@rcac.org OR Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

West steps of the California State Capitol
10th Street and Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95811

When: September 27, 2019, from 10 am – 2 pm

Where: West steps of the California State Capitol

Why:  To celebrate and honor the historic and cultural contributions by California Native Americans

Who:  Hosted by the California Tribal Chairpersons Association, Assemblymember James Ramos and Senator Robert M. Hertzberg (Legislative Sponsors).

Visuals: Ceremonies honoring tribal nation flags, veterans and elders. Traditional dances and regalia (traditional Native American dress). Cultural practitioners, agency booths and vendors.

Speakers:
 Governor Gavin Newsom (invited), Assemblymember James Ramos, Tribal Leaders, other Elected Officials.

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