Burney Basin Days grand marshal Tommy George leads Saturday’s parade. A member of
the Astuge band of the Pit River Nation, he was the owner of a local timber falling company
for 34 years, but is probably best known for his work with the VFW and the Pit River Tribe.
 

Riders atop the Pit River Casino and Pit River Tribe float with drummers, dancers and singers. The float captured first place in the commercial float category.
 
Burney Basin Days royalty, from left, second princess Caiya McCloud, Miss Congeniality Autumn Boyle, queen Crystal Flores, first princess Faith Scalf, Miss Photogenic Beverly Vaughn, and Miss Personality Monica Blanco. Not pictured, third princess Gabriela Chacon.

Pomari-Awte LLC

Temp XL Ranch Day Laborers

- $15 an hour

- Applications can be picked up at the Tribal Office and dropped off at Tribal Office.

  (address applications to Pomari-Awte Board)

- Looking for hard working tribal members, that could lead into full-time work.

Attachments:
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Pit River Tribe Environmental Office Source Water Assessment
Request for Proposal
Posted: March 10th 2015

Company Background The Pit River Tribe (PRT), is a federally recognized Tribe; the PRT boundaries are the lines that connect the four corners of ancestral lands; Mt. Shasta, Mt. Lassen, Goose Lake, and Eagle Lake. The ancestral lands and “Lands in Trust” are referred to as the “Hundred Mile Square” by the United States Department of Interior Lands Claims Commission under Docket 347.


Project Description
Purpose and Goals: The purpose of this Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) grant application is to enhance tribal capacity for protecting sources of potable water for future generations. Delineation of source water areas on Pit River Tribal Trust Lands at Montgomery Creek Rancheria will allow tribal members to better protect their water resources through identification, assessment, and public education. The Pit River Tribe (Tribe, has made it a high priority to understand and protect all natural resources of tribal lands, and receiving a source water assessment program (SWAP) grant will aid the Tribe to maintain clean drinking water for the health of all members.