Native Youth

Native Youth in Food and Agriculture

“This conference will allow Native American youth to gain more knowledge about agriculture while making
connections with agricultural leaders and other Native youth that have the same interests. This conference will open
minds and doors to Native American youth interested in agriculture, by providing them with many different resources
and knowledge through presentations and speakers. It allows Native to also find their specific area of interest in
agriculture. [These conferences] allow me to gain mentorship from Native American leaders who have connected me
with other agricultural agencies and organizations. It will give you a glorious insight into different kinds of agriculture
and Native American tribes and allow you to be proud of your Native American heritage.”
Azelya, 16 years old, Pacific Region Indian Agriculture Youth Alliance Member

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Animal Control Ordinance Update

Animal Control Ordinance Updated

At the regularly scheduled meeting of the Tribal Business Council, held on July 5, 2016, the TBC approved updates to the Animal Control Ordinance.  The notable changes can be found in the new Ordinance on our website.  The final version will be posted in the Governing Documents section of the SIR Website very soon.  If you are a Tribal member and pet owner living on the Rancheria, please refer to the Animal Control Ordinance to ensure you are following tribal law. 

Animal Control Ordinance