A RETURN TO
IN 1961, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ILLEGALLY TERMINATED LYTTON RANCHERIA, LEAVING TRIBAL MEMBERS HOMELESS AND WITHOUT ANY FINANCIAL SECURITY. THIRTY YEARS LATER, TRIBAL STATUS WAS RESTORED TO LYTTON, AND THE TRIBE BEGAN THE JOURNEY TO ECONOMIC SELF SUFFICIENCY AND SECURING A PERMANENT HOMELAND FOR TRIBAL MEMBERS.
The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians has always called Sonoma County home. Tribal members farmed & ranched their lands for decades.
After purchasing land west of the Town of Windsor, Lytton began the process of securing a tribal homeland for members.
Over the years, Lytton has reached out to governing bodies to establish a mutually beneficial inter-government relationship.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will Tribal lands be used for? What will the homes look like? Learn more through FAQ's about the Sonoma County project.