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Response to article: “Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site”

Response to article: “Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site”

    By Ken Owen, Channel Islands Restoration It is very unfortunate that Lori Denman in her column, “Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site” never bothered to contact any of the agencies that were repeatedly accused of breaking federal law in her article. Contrary to the many demonstrably false statement in the story, […]

Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site

Strategic Desecration of a Local Sacred Native American Site

By Lori Denman A sacred site of the Chumash people in the Santa Barbara area known to the tribe as Shalawa, is under threat. It’s a three-acre parcel that sits on what is commonly referred to as “Hammonds Meadow” and “Sea Meadow”. For life long monitor David Daniel Diaz of the Barbareno Indian tribe, it is a […]

Sacred Land Violations of Ventura Wildlife Corridor Ordinance Native American opposition and viewpoints

Sacred Land Violations of Ventura Wildlife Corridor Ordinance Native American opposition and viewpoints

By Lori Denman-Underhill There is a new Wildlife Corridor Ordinance passed by the Ventura County Board of Supervisors on March 12th 2019. This ordinance was at the Board’s direction to regulate development on natural passageways of wildlife and it effects private property. It was passed on March 12 at a hearing held by the Ventura […]