The Greenville Rancheria is currently located in the Indian Valley at the 3,500 foot level in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. The Rancheria lies about three miles east of Greenville, California, which has a population of 2000. The tribal government offices have historically been located in Redding, Red Bluff and Greenville, and are currently in Greenville.
The Klamath Tribes seek to protect, preserve and enhance the spiritual, cultural and physical values and resources of the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin Peoples by maintaining the customs and heritage of their ancestors.
Mooretown Rancheria strives to serve it’s members through a number of community programs including scholarship assistance, job training and adult education programs, health and welfare assistance, social services, ICWA, LIHEAP, donations, community maintenance and development, as well as economic development opportunities. The Tribe is involved in the local Oroville community, promoting growth for the area and creating employment opportunities for Butte County.
As Nevada County's historic Tribe, the Nisenan witnessed the onset of the Gold Rush, the statehood of California and the creation of Nevada County. The Tribe is proud to share its pre and post contact history with its community located in the Sierra foothills of Northern California.
The Pit River Tribe, a Tribe of eleven (11) autonomous bands of Indians, develop and protect Pit River (Ajumawi - Atsugewi) ancestral lands, working to preserve peace and order in the community, promoting the general welfare of the people and descendants, protecting the rights of the Tribe and of members, and preserving the land base, culture and identity.
The anthropological tribes associated with the Susanville Indian Rancheria are: Maidu, Paiute, Pit River, and Washoe. The individual Indians from the various named tribes thus became one political, governmental entity with the chartering and approval of its constitution and bylaws by the Secretary of the Interior in 1969.
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians is a federally recognized Tribe located in El Dorado County, California. The members of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians are descendants of the Miwok and Southern Maidu “Nisenan” Indians who thrived in California’s fertile central valley for thousands of years before contact with Europeans.