Yocha Dehe Tribal Chairman Marshall McKay has been appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to the State Historical Resources Commission (SHRC), a nine-member state board that oversees the identification, registration and preservation of California's cultural heritage.


The Woodland Community College's Foster & Kinship Care Education Foundation received a $48,500 donation from the Yocha Dehe Community Fund to serve Yolo County youth in foster care.

Kris Stanfill, YDCF Director stated, "The Committee is excited to be a part of supporting Yolo County Foster Care and the efforts to recruit and retain local families for local children."


The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation Tribal Council has voted to continue the grant of more than $190,000 in "gap funds" to maintain certain essential services that aid the underserved residents of the Madison-Esparto-Capay Valley region.

In these difficult economic times, the tribe has stepped forward to backfill funds that have been cut due to federal and local government budget shortfalls, according to Tico Zendejas, executive director of RISE.


Tribe’s Facilities Office Building Uses Latest Technologies


Anthony Roberts, Tribal Treasurer of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation has been appointed as a Director of the 40th District Agricultural Association, Yolo County Fair Board by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.


At a special tasting for restaurateurs, vendors and media in Sacramento, we introduced our new line of premium Capay Valley grown food products under the Séka Hills brand. Séka Hills means blue hills in our Patwin language.


Yocha Dehe Firefighter Steve Herzog was awarded the 2012 Firefighter of the Year award.


The Fund has provided grants totaling more than $19 million to 296 organizations since 2000.


UCP of Sacramento and Northern California received a $25,000 grant from the Yocha Dehe Community Fund to empower people with developmental disabilities in three programs serving Yolo County. Funding will support UCP’s respite program, transportation program and Woodland adult day program.


The citizens of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation have sworn into office their newly elected Chairman, Tribal Officers and Council Members to lead their sovereign nation for the next three years.


Syndicate content