Kashia Coastal Reserve


What We Did
Purchased the privately held land and returned it to the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians 

Our Goal
Restore connections between Indigenous communities and their ancestral lands

By the Numbers
acres returned to the Kashia
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years of Kashia history on this land
The Kashia Come Home
Kashia Coastal Reserve
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  • The Kashia Return to the Coast

    After more than 150 years on a small, inland reservation, the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians returned to their ancestral home on the California coast in 2016.  

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Partnership Made It Possible

This project was made possible through the support of many, in particular the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians, with major funding from: Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, California Coastal Conservancy, California Department of Natural Resources’ Environmental Enhancement & Mitigation Program, Lannan Foundation, and the George Sardina M.D. Fund for Nature 

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