At the February 14, 2019 Regular Tribal Council Meeting, Resolution 19-09; American Indian Languages Teaching Credential, was approved by Council. “Therefore, be it resolved, that the Tribal Council authorizes the Chairwoman to certify that applicant Kyle Hinshaw has completed the required language assessment and meets the standards for the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Language Teacher Certification”. Kyle will now apply for certification from the state of California. 

Shu’ shaa nin-la Kyle for your dedication to learning, teaching and sharing the Dee-ni’ Wee-ya! 

LtoR: Marvin Richards Sr., Cari Nelson, Jeri Thompson, Kyle Hinshaw, Denise Richards-Padgette, Leann McCallum, Kara Brundin-Miller, Lenora Hall

Taa-xe Num-nii~-ma~s (March) is – Sturgeon Fishing Time, Forest Birds Sing, Trillium Blooms and Geese Return.

SAVE THE DATE for these March gardening events from The Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation Srtaa~ Shvm (hii) Mvlh Ghee-saa-ghit-na‘ (Good Food Makes Us All Healthy) Project. Stop by and “like” their facebook page at

HEALING WITH HERBS SERIES: Come join us for a series of four free community workshops that will teach you different methods for processing herbs for personal use! Each week local herbalist Ruby Tuttle will lead a hands-on lesson that will teach you one of four ways to preserve and use native plants and herbs by making teas (3/5), oils (3/12), tinctures (3/19), and salves (3/26). Through these processes, we will also learn common uses for locally-available, beneficial native plants and garden herbs. This fun and informative series will be held on Tuesday evenings in March from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm at Sri’-srwvlh Mee-ne’ in Smith River (16299 Hwy. 101 N., Smith River). Feel free to attend one or all! CRESCENT CITY FRUIT TREE GRAFTING WORKSHOP: Come join us on March 23rd (Klamath) and 24th (Crescent City) to learn how to propagate new fruit trees from cuttings! Grafting is a fun, easy, and inexpensive way to create new trees from tried-and-tested local varieties. Apple rootstocks and cuttings will be provided at no cost, and you will get to take a tree home with you. This workshop will be held at Margaret Keating Elementary in Klamath on Saturday, March 23rd and at College of the Redwoods Crescent City Campus on Sunday, March 24th #instamarch #gardening #growyourown#plantingtime #sprout #eatfresh #eatclean #eatlocal #eathomegrown #eattraditional#livewell #healingherbs #grafting #springgrafting #springworkshop#springtimegardentime #getoutside #feetinthedirt #happyhealthyfamily


2019 General Membership Meeting

Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation General Membership Meeting

March 16, 2019 at 9:00am – 3:00pm 
(Doors open at 8:00am, continental breakfast available) 
Tolowa Event Center- Lucky 7 Casino 250 N. Indian Rd, Smith River, CA

The General Membership Meeting is a business meeting open to Tolowa Dee-ni’ Citizens only, ages 16 and over. Daycare will be provided by Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Early Learning Program located at 12845 Mouth of Smith River Rd, Smith River. Daycare will open at 8:00am and close 30 minutes after meeting adjourns. To make childcare reservations now, please call (707) 487-9255. 

•Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided at daycare. If your child requires special dietary needs, please prepare and bring appropriate meals. •Please keep sick children at home.

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Seeking On-Site Manager(s) for Dat-naa-svt Village

Applications are due March 4, 2019.

The Onsite Manager is a person or couple, who live at Dat-naa-svt Village.

They have part-time duties in the evenings and weekends, keeping an eye on the community, and making any emergency repairs.