700 acres of coastal California land returned to the Native American Kashia tribe

October 27, 2015 by  
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Coastal Sonoma County in California was once settled by the Native American Kashia band of the Pomo tribe, yet they haven’t been able to call it home for 200 years. That is, until now . The current owner of the property near Stewart’s Point has entered an agreement to sell the 700-acre, mile-long stretch of coast back to the Kashia, with the help of $2 million pledged by county leaders and a variety of coalitions, including the Trust For Public Land . Read the rest of 700 acres of coastal California land returned to the Native American Kashia tribe

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