Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe

Estom Yumeka Maidu Tribe

We are a federally-recognized Indian Tribe since 1915, based in Oroville, California. Our rich history, dedication to our community’s growth, and commitment to future generations mean our Tribal Administration and various programs are set up for success. Spanning from child care and education, to gaming and environmental protection, our team is available to support our members in any way we can.


Latest News

  • New Invasive Plants Discovered in the Feather River downstream of Oroville - https://water.ca.gov/News/Blog/2021/December/Oroville-Update-12-10-21 Environmental scientists with the Department of Water Resources (DWR) Oroville Field Division have discovered a new aquatic invasive plant in the Feather River downstream of Oroville. The new floating aquatic plant is the South American spongeplant (Limnobium spongia), previously known from the Sacramento River and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. * South American spongeplant Limnobium…
  • Job Opening: Community Engagement Coordinator (Submit by January 31, 2022) - “The kNOw Tobacco Now (“KTN”) Project” This project is funded through a grant through the State of California to reduce tobacco use, encourage smoke free housing, tobacco cessation for the youth, long term tobacco use control, education, advocate for tobacco free policies, control of commercial tobacco influences and intervention. Community Engagement Coordinator, full time (40…
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  • December 2021 EPA Update: Learn About Local Waters - Water or Momi in our language, is an undeniable part of our existence. It’s something we all have in common; we cannot live without it. What are we doing to educate ourselves on water quality, water conditions, water temperatures, water diversion, access to clean waters and so many other water topics it’s hard to keep…

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