Farmer gives 700 acres of Californian ancestral coast back to Native American Tribe

Totally and utterly heart warming. Feels like a small piece of justice has been done to Native Americans ♥

A Californian landowner, Bill Richardson is returning his near  700 acre family farm – purchased in 1925, to a neighboring Native American tribe that was forced inland, away from their breathtaking coastline, 150 years ago. The reservation the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians has now increased 18 times in size, and for the first time in more than a century, will reach to the Pacific coast where they and their ancestors once hunted, fished, and roamed free. The property features dense redwood forest, towering coastal bluffs and waterfalls along the Pacific Coast Highway, in 1925… to read more:

Farmer returns 700 acres of California coast to Native American Tribe

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