The Lummis Legacy League is a non-profit [501(c)(3)] organization whose mission is to continue the visionary legacy of Charles Fletcher Lummis. LLL intends to further educational, scientific, historical, ecological and sustainable priorities that benefit the general public.
Thousands of years of tribal ecological practice is the key to reconnecting us to the planet. We talk with Matthew Teutimez, tribal biologist with the Kizh-Gabrieleño Band of Mission Indians, the aboriginal tribe of the Los Angeles basin, about plants, health and spirituality. https://www.podshipearth.com/native Jared Blumenfeld – California Secretary for the Environmental Protection Agency
the internet web log of jesse la tour Saturday, October 12, 2013 For a couple years now, I’ve been researching local history for a couple writing projects I’mworking on, most recently a historical novel set in Orange County. I want to understand thehistory of the area where I live, the real unvarnished history, which is so full of struggle andsuffering, … Read More
The history of our people goes back thousands of years. For millennia, we developed a complex and beautiful culture, which included religion, astronomy, rich and varied cuisine, economy, and complex social structures. We developed ingenious ways to live sustainably off the land of Southern California and its natural resources. The name of our tribe, Kizh (pronounced Keech), comes from the … Read More