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Commission Approves Kashia Pomo Proposal to Amend Marine Reserve
Dan Bacher
“The Kashia began on the coast,” Reno Franklin of the Kashia Pomo Tribe stated. “Danaga is the place where we believe the tribe first stepped on the earth. It has tremendous significance for our tribe. We are a very traditional tribe that still speaks our language, follows our culture and respects our elders and follows their direction.” Photo of blessing ceremony at Stewarts Point on April 30 by Violet Wilder, Kashia Pomo Tribe.

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