Farm

Through Time and Space … One Continuum

The Northern Chumash Tribal Council is looking at self sustainability through working within the community.   NCTC has leased land to start Chumash Farms, our organic farm.   Chumash Farms operates an all natural farm utilizing the most advanced agricultural process – greenhouse aeroponics – growing plants in air.  These modern methods use less that 10% of the water and land used in typical farms.

 

 

 

The future of farming is here and we hope to establish a teaching farm to advance Eco-friendly, natural agriculture here and around the globe.

The Northern Chumash Tribal Council will be self-reliant through agriculture and businesses in our community and not from a casino.  NCTC is not looking for Federal recognition, we are not waiting for anyone to give us anything.  We understand that if we work together with common goals we will be able to achieve our vision.

NCTC

Northern Chumash Tribal Council

tribal spokesperson: Fred Collins

address: 67 South Street,

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

phone: (805) 801-0347

email: fcollins@northernchumash.org

Please send donations made payable to the Northern Chumash Tribal Council

Be Well

The Northern Chumash Tribal Council is looking at self sustainability through working within the community.   NCTC has leased land to start our organic farm.  We will be self-reliant through agriculture and businesses in the community and not from a casino.  NCTC is not looking for Federal recognition, we are not waiting for anyone to give us anything.  We understand that if we work together with common goals we will be able to achieve our vision.

Be Well,

The Northern Chumash Tribal Council

Welcome

The Northern Chumash Tribal Council  is involved in consultation with County and Local Governments to improve the respect for our cultural resources and to improve the quality of archaeology performed during the evaluation given to our ancestors during the decision making process for land use issues in San Luis Obispo County.   Continue reading “Welcome”

Artifacts Unearthed

By Edhat Subscriber

A team of archaeologists working during the Nacimiento Water Project unearthed a large collection of Chumash artifacts, ranging from bowl mortar and pestles, a milling stone slab, and a number of other stone tools, bone fragments and shells. More than 500 pieces were found and are estimated to be 5,000 – 10,000 years old. The property excavated is located on River Road in Paso Robles, and is owned by American Perspective Bank (APB). Continue reading “Artifacts Unearthed”