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The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians took a big step toward self-sufficiency on Jan. 23 when the Bureau of Indian Affairs placed a prime Santa Ynez Valley property into a trust that clears the way for housing, vineyards and open space development. Technically known as Camp 4, the 1,390-acre property is scheduled for 143 Read More →
The Bureau of Indian Affairs placed the 1,390 acres in Santa Ynez known as Camp 4 into federal trust Jan. 23, which will allow the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians to begin building homes for its tribal members, the Chumash said. After several appeals since the Chumash submitted the application in 2013, the BIA Read More →