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    YDWN GIVES $2.5 MILLION TO BUILD YOLO COUNTY FOOD BANK

    The gift assisted with renovation of the new and expanded facility to help end food insecurity in Yolo County. 

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    YOCHA DEHE SPONSORS CALIFORNIA DENTAL ASSOCIATION (CDA) CARES SOLANO 2019

    CDA Cares Solano 2019 provided $1.3 million worth of dental services for those with limited access. 

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    YOCHA DEHE PARTNERSHIP MAKES TULI MEM PARK A REALITY

    The Tribe was one of many groups that were part of the 19-year effort to open the aquatic and recreation center in Esparto, now called Tuli Mem Park.  

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    YOCHA DEHE CONTRIBUTES $750,000 TO SACRAMENTO STATE'S NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP

    California State University Sacramento honors Yocha Dehe with a celebratory luncheon. 

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    YOCHA DEHE'S $338,000 CAPSTONE GIFT FULFILLS CAMPAIGN
    Through the generosity of Doyuti T'uhkama, Woodland Healthcare Foundation was able to conclude the historic $3 million Advanced Imaging and Surgical Services Campaign.
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    NEW VEHICLE SHARE PROGRAM PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION SERVICES TO OLDER ADULTS AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

    Yocha Dehe continues to partner with Solano County in a growing range of programs to help residents.

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    YOCHA DEHE TRIBAL COUNCIL MEMBER TAKES OATH OF OFFICE
    The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation has sworn Diamond Lomeli into office as its newest Tribal Council Member, following her election by the adult citizens of the Tribe. 

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    YDWN PROVIDES $2.6 MILLION TO ESPARTO SCHOOL DISTRICT

    The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, through its Doyuti T'uhkama partnership, provided $2.6 million to fund critical maintenance and infrastructure improvements for the Esparto Unified School District.

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is an independent, self-governed nation that supports our people and the Capay Valley community by strengthening our culture, stewarding our land and creating economic independence for future generations. READ MORE

10.15.2019

BROOKS, CA (October 15, 2019) – Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation is conducting work along Hwy. 16 in...

10.08.2019

BROOKS, CA (October 8, 2019) – To aid farm and livestock...

08.07.2019

WOODLAND, CA (August 7, 2019) – Recently, members of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation Tribal Council...