California Powwows

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February 14 2015
14th Annual Winter Youth Benefit Pow Wow
Stockton Community Pow Wow Committee and
the Stockton Inpact Teen Center presents
the 14th Annual Winter Benefit Pow Wow
on Saturday February 14th
at 725 N. El Dorado Street Stockton CA 95202.
Native art vendors, Native taco booth, Cake walk,
50/50 raffles and lots of drum and dancing!!

April 4, 2015
Pomona College 3rd Annual Powwow
Grand Entry Noon
Pomona College, Hammer Throw Field
(295 E. First St. Claremont, CA 91711)
Head Staff
MC: Bobby Whitebird: Cheyenne
Arena Director: Vic Chavez: Dine’
Spiritual Advisor: Jimmy Castillo: Tongva
Headman: Chuck Cadotte: Lakota
Headwoman: Shandliin YellowHorse: Navajo
Headboy: Zion Fox: Arikara
Headgirl: Caitlin Ashmore: Dine’
Host Northern Drum: Changing Spirits
Host Southern Drum: Northridge Boys
All Drums Welcome!
For more information and vendor space
Dinner will be provided for all!!
Absolutely No Alcohol or Drugs 

April 16-17, 2015

Blue Lake CA
Tribal Environmental Regulation and Jurisdiction is a
two-day introductory course on environmental regulation and
jurisdictional issues on and affecting Indian Reservations.
Key issues explored include: when Tribes have regulatory
authority over who and what on Reservation; the interplay of
tribal sovereignty and ordinances, federal law and when
state and local laws may apply.
After an introduction to the basic environmental laws and
policies that apply to Indian Country, discussion will shift
to protection of air and water quality, waste management,
environmental reviews and the intersection of land use and
environmental regulation. The course will also explore the
emerging topic of potential regulation related to climate
change mitigation and adaptation.