Tule River Tribe of California is a proud sovereign nation that strives to improve the livelihood of their members, their community and their surrounding communities.
The Tule River Native Veterans Post 1987 – Formally, known as “The Tule River AMVETS (American Veterans) Post 1988” was the first all Native American post in the Nation.
The Tule River Tribe is currently engaged in Water Rights settlement negotiations with the United States, acting as trustee for the tribe, and downstream users of water from the South Fork of the Tule River.
The Tribe is represented in the negotiations by the Tule River Water Rights Negotiation Team, under the
The purpose of the on-going negotiations is to confirm under a law the federally reserved Water Rights of the Tribe and to secure federal funding to enable the tribe to put its Water Rights to use.
The Tribe’s ultimate goal is to confirm federally reserved water rights sufficient to secure permanent self-sustaining homeland for the Tribe. The Tribe is cautiously optimistic that the on-going negotiations will result in a fair settlement of the Tribe’s federally reserved water rights.
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Tule River Tribal Council Quarterly Meeting at 9am on 11/03/2018
Registration Deadline Monday, October 1, 2018 20 Seats Available (WIOA Participants and Tribal members have priority) Build your business skill, improving the world one idea at the time. Date: Oct. 17-19, 2018 Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Location: Justice Center, Room...
Chairman: Darrell Vera, Vice Chair: Donna Devine, Secretary: Patsy Vega, Treasurer: Christina Dabney-Keel Members: Elizabeth Perez, Linda Santos, Lucy Rodilez-Aguilar & Nicola Larsen.
January 26, 2018 was day to be remembered in the Tule River Indian Reservation History. The Elected Tule River Tribal Council was took the Oath of Office, sworn in by Alex Garfield. The Tule River Community, Towanits School Students, Employees, Porterville City...
Tule River would like to invite you out to seek job opportunities. FieldCore, a GE Company hiring managers will be on-site to provide information and recruitment for FieldCore entry-level opportunities. FieldCore entry-level jobs are great for persons with some...
Important reminder: While it is important to maintain a clean fireplace/stove, it is equally important to ensure the ashes you discard are “dead out”. We recommend you soaking your ashes in a bucket of water prior to discarding them as a safety measure. Although it is...
Thank you Tule River 4-H for the generous donation of all the goodies. The firefighters appreciate your thoughtfulness and will enjoy them after a hard day of work.