Celtor Chemical Works Superfund Site to Be Cleaned a Second Time by U.S. EPA

More Contamination Identified After 1980s Cleanup By Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune The United States Environmental Protection Agency is soon to begin a second major cleanup of the Superfund site known as Celtor Chemical Works in the area of Red Rock in Hoopa after additional mine waste contaminated with lead and arsenic were discovered in…

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Marshall named Little 4 Boys Athlete of the Year

By Ray HamillHumboldtSports.com For the second straight year, a Hoopa Warrior has been named a Humboldt Sports Little 4 athlete of the year. After an outstanding senior year in three different sports, Gerard Marshall is the 2023 Little 4 Boys Athlete of the Year. He joins 2022 graduate Savannah Colegrove, who was named last year’s…

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Open Letter From Chairman Joe Davis to the Hoopa Valley Tribe Community On the Local Drug Epidemic

Dear Hoopa Community, On September 20, 2021 the Hoopa Valley Tribal Council declared a state of emergency due to the local drug epidemic. Since that time, we have renewed our efforts to address this terrible crisis in our community. With this letter, I would like to share with you some of the ongoing efforts and…

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Hoopa Valley Tribe to Begin Climate Adaption Plan

Governor’s Office of Planning and Research to Fund Planning Process Press Release, Hoopa Valley Tribe The Hoopa Valley Tribe is pleased to announce that the Climate Adaptation Plan has been selected as a recipient of the Round 1 Adaptation Planning Grant Program in the amount of $338,448, provided by the Governor’s Office of Planning and…

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Hoopa Valley Tribe Receives $4.5M from Coastal Conservancy to Support Pine Creek Land Acquisition

10,300 acres of ancestral territory to be reclaimed by Tribe By Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune The Hoopa Valley Tribe’s effort to reclaim more than 10,300 acres of their ancestral territory is one $4.5 million step closer to reality. The California Coastal Conservancy pledged to disburse the $4.5 million to the Hoopa Valley Tribe at…

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Hoopa Valley Tribe’s K’imaw Medical Center is Recipient of Indian Health Service $2 Million Clinic Expansion Grant

The Hoopa Valley Tribe’s healthcare entity, K’ima:w Medical Center, has been awarded $2 Million for Clinic expansion and modernization. This award was part of the Indian Health Service total funding of $24 million to 12 tribes and tribal organizations across the nation as part of a competitive Small Ambulatory Program to fund construction, expansion or…

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Interact In Service

San Mateo High School’s Interact Club, a youth organization under the Rotary Club, visited Hoopa last week bringing with them a refurbished play structure to install at Tish Tang Campground. The 10 youth each paid $100 to participate in the service trip and were accompanied by Rotary Club members from Foster City and San Mateo.…

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Hoopa Valley Tribal Forestry to Undertake $1.1 Million Five-Year Project to Prevent Spread of Sudden Oak Death

Good Neighbor Project with BLM Part of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune Many forest land stewardship projects are underway in and around the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation. One recently announced will reduce the threat of Sudden Oak Death spreading onto the Hoopa Reservation from the Redwood Valley area. On Friday, the Bureau…

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Caltrans and the Hoopa Valley Tribe Celebrate Clean California and Partnership

Allie Hostler, Two Rivers Tribune Caltrans co-hosted a Clean California Community Celebration with the Hoopa Valley Tribe as part of Community Days – Spring Into Action! Caltrans Director Tony Tavares and Hoopa Valley Tribe Chairman Joe Davis signed a proclamation celebrating the partnership at the ceremony held last Saturday at Pookey’s Park. Chairman Davis declared…

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Hupa Language Leader Selected for Grant to Support the Hupa Language Nest Project

First Nations Development (First Nations) has announced the 10 outstanding Indigenous leaders selected for the 2023 Cohort of the Luce Indigenous Knowledge Fellowship. Conceived and facilitated by First Nations and The Henry Luce Foundation (Luce), the fellowship – now in its fourth year – is designed to identify, support, and convene Native American knowledge holders…

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