Redwood Valley or Little River Band of Pomo Indians of the Redwood Valley Rancheria California

Redwood Valley or Little River Band of Pomo Indians of the Redwood Valley Rancheria California

About Redwood Valley or Little River Band of Pomo Indians of the Redwood Valley Rancheria California

The Redwood Valley Rancheria (also called Redwood Valley Reservation) is the land reservation where the Native American community known as The Redwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians resides. It is located northeast of the town of Redwood Valley in Mendocino County, California. The reservation spans 177 acres on the northeastern side of the Russian River Valley. The terrain is forested and mountainous with some river and streams. The area is in a mild and transitional climate between coastal and interior valleys. Rainfall averages 35 inches per year. The reservation land was purchased by the United States government on July 19, 1909, but the rancheria terminated on August 1, 1961, along with 43 other California rancherias, according to the California Rancheria Act of...'

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