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There are currently openings on the Wee-ya’ Lhetlh-xat (Language Committee), Waa-tr’vslh-‘a Lhetlh-xat (Culture Committee), and the Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) Commission. We ask that you update your letters of interest for all tribal committees every 18 months. Please mail, fax, or email letters to Recording Secretary, Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation, 140 Rowdy Creek Road, Smith River CA 95567; fax (707-487-0930; email:

Gathering of Natives

Thursday, 05 May 2016 by

A community healing gathering with workshops, interactive activities, traditional games, crafts and more. The GONA provides a framework to discuss intergenerational trauma and the unhealthy behaviors we see in our community today. The focus will be on healing and how we can use cultural strengths to live balanced and health lifestyles. Register today at 



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Journey Into Entrepreneurship

Monday, 25 April 2016 by

Course Features: Culturally relevant coursework results in a simple and complete business plan. •Represents the unique challenges, experiences and opportunities of Native entrepreneurs in starting and operating small, Native-owned businesses

•Story-based illustrations of business principles

•Hands-on exercises and exercise pull-outs

•Photos of Native entrepreneurs and their businesses

•Native-inspired graphics

•Used by tribal economic development departments, vocational rehabilitation programs and tribal colleges alike

•This course is fun, interactive and challenging. There are 11 chapters of coursework, including 2 work sessions. The work sessions are an integral part of the program, and although they include very little instruction, they provide important opportunities for students to get individual assistance from the instructor.

Marine Planning Community Meeting

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 by

Marine Planning Community Meeting
April 13 in Smith River and April 19 in Brookings

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