The Northern Chumash people live on the magical land that is called San Luis Obispo County. The Chumash are the First Peoples of this land and have thrived as a maritime culture along this coastline enjoying its magnificent beauty. The Chumash are still a vibrant community, practicing their heritage and culture today.
“Say NO to Diablo” before low level license was granted
After fasting near the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station and celebrating the Buddha’s enlightenment in LA, our friends from Nipponzan Myohoji end twelve days of action for a nuclear-free Mother Earth with a 12-mile walk from the gates of the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant into the city of San Luis Obispo. The walk will start at 9 am at the gates to the plant with blessings from Fred Collins and the Northern Chumash Tribal Council. All are invited to join (for part or all of the day’s walk). Details of the route are posted on the website and facebook page of Mothers for Peace of San Luis Obispo. http://mothersforpeace.org/data/2012%20items/12.12.12peacewalk.
Please join if you are able to be in the area.
Fast, Pray, & Walk for a Nuclear Free Future and Respect for Mother Earth
Three Buddhist monks and one nun will vigil at California’s nuclear power facilities. San Onofre and Diablo Canyon
11/30 Fri. Walk to or around San Onofre (TBA)
12/1 Sat. Rohachi Fasting 1st Day 7am-5pm (San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station)
2 Sun. 2nd Day 7am-5pm
3 Mon. 3rd Day 7am-5pm
4 Tue. Breaking Fast (4th Day)
5 Thu. 5th Day 7am-5pm
6 Fri. 6th Day 7am-5pm
7 Sat. Breaking Fast(7th Day)
8 Sun. Jodo-e Celebration (Buddha’s Enlightened Day) Move to LA
9 Mon. Rest Day
10 Tue. Peace Walk in LA
11 Wed. Move to San Luis Obispo
12 Thu. Walk from San Luis Obispo/Morro Bay to Diablo Canyon Continue reading →
The Northern Chumash Tribal Council (NCTC) is located in San Luis Obispo California, and was formed under the guidelines of California Senate Bill 18 April 26, 2006 as a State Recognized Tribal Government by the Native American Heritage Commission, organized and dedicated to preservation of the Chumash Culture, and Sacred Sites. NCTC is dedicated to meaningful consulting with local governments and agencies, consulting with the development community, and supporting tribal community well-being. NCTC members have been actively involved in government and projects to protect our culture for over 40 years in San Luis Obispo County.