The Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) is not only of value and interest to the Chumash, it is…Read More »
The federally recognized Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians (hereafter “Tribe” or “Santa Ynez Band”) believes that the entire former Santa Susana Field Lab (SSFL) is worthy of being made into a United States National Monument.
The Santa Susana Mountains are as naturally beautiful as they are rugged, but that has not kept man out — in fact, it is their majestic beauty and untrodden areas that has attracted men to both enjoy and exploit…Read More »
Posted by: Christina Walsh
Save history, save wildlife habitat corridor, and save precious and sacred cultural resources and provide a way to share it with future generations.
Santa…Read More »
Posted by Christina Walsh
Santa Susana National Monument — Public Meeting
When: March 26th, 6:30pm
Where: West Hills, California at the Corporate Pointe Auditorium
Located at 8413 Fallbrook Avenue, the meeting will be hosted by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, the federally recognized…Read More »
Chumash rock art is a genre of paintings on caves, mountains, cliffs, or other living rock surfaces, created by the Chumash people of southern California. Pictographs and petroglyphs are common through interior California, the rock painting tradition thrived until…Read More »
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians is a federally recognized tribe of Chumash, an indigenous people of California, in Santa Barbara. The name…Read More »
Most people have a variety of different reasons why they want to save history. Mostly, it’s because they want something left that will show their children what it was like, what it meant, and why it matters today — whenever “today”… Read More »
By Christian Walsh
We shared our voices, our views, our hearts. People came together from all sides of the issues at Santa Susana, a place which has…Read More »