California: United Nations Declaration Of The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples - San Luis Obispo County Board Of Supervisors Will Pass A Resolution


ON August 9TH 2011 AT 1:00PM




San Luis Obispo County is the first in California to do so!!


Join the Chumash Community and the Native American Community and the Indigenous Community in This great Celebration!


We will meet at 12:00 noon at the Board of Supervisors Chambers in San Luis Obispo. Located on the corner of Monterey Street and Santa Rose Street. There are two parking garages on Palm Street just one street to the north.


After the passing of the Resolution Join the Northern Chumash Tribal Council at Chumash Farms in Los Osos for a BBQ and Round table discussion on how the Indigenous Peoples of the world can work together with all communities to bring this document to life for A Better world for all.


Chumash Farms is located at the northwest corner of South Bay Blvd. and Pismo Street in Los Osos. We will be giving tours of our Community Vertical Farming Operation and talk about Sustainability through Agriculture for our communities and the broader communities.


Only through working together will we save our Oceans, the Animal Nations, the Plant and Tree Nations, And the small Insect Nations . Ideas always blossom when people work together Join us in this great story.


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Source: NCTC Northern Chumash Tribal Council

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