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Northern California Esselen tribe regains ancestral land after 250 years
by Mario Koran
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28 July 2020
On 28 July 2020 The Guardian reported:
Two-hundred and fifty years after they were stripped of their ancestral homeland, the Esselen tribe of northern California is landless no more. This week, the Esselen tribe finalized the purchase of a 1,200-acre ranch near Big Sur, along California's north central coast, as part of a $4.5m acquisition that involved the state and an Oregon-based environmental group. While the property was originally expected to be broken in five lots that developers could build on, this week's deal will allow the tribe to preserve the land as undeveloped.
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he deal will conserve old-growth redwoods and endangered wildlife such as the California condor and red-legged frog, as well as protect the Little Sur River, an important spawning stream for the imperiled steelhead trout.
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