Hopland Tribe’s Cannabis Project RAIDED Joe San Diego just last year in June 2015, told concerned tribal members that the pot farm that he was managing was fully legit and that he was working with Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman,
As with most documents, you may need to use a magnifying glass in order to see the handwriting well. If you’re a paid member of historical documentaction sites such as Ancestry.com or Archives.com, etc. you will be able to easily
In 1960, the BIA created a tentative Distribution Plan that was to circulate among the Hopland Rancheria citizens to be approved or disapproved. Chester Elliott was trying to claim our grandmother’s parcel. Marian Wilder, our grandmother, wrote in a protest
January 12, 2016 – Wanda Balderama called for an emergency tribal enrollment committee specifically dated and timed for when certain members of the committee where scheduled away on tribal business. From that enrollment meeting, Wilma Elliott, William (Bill) Elliott, voted
Hopland Tribe is going down. It is not sinking slowly, it’s ravaging its remains in flames. I know that Mendocino County is no stranger to fires, but what’s going on at the Hopland Rez is an inferno of mutiny. One
This interview was conducted just days after our fake appeals hearing of March 12, 2016. It was a sham that cost us greatly. The interview starts at 8:58 if you wish to skip ahead.
The tribe’s constitution spells out who is a member of the tribe and who is not. My family members are direct lineal descendants of the tribe’s distributees Marian and William Wilder. No matter how much Wandesha’s family wish it weren’t