Hōkūleʻa Docked at Saa’anga

Summary Hōkūleʻa, the traditional Polynesian voyaging canoe, docked at Marina Del Rey’s Chace Park on Tuesday, October 24, 2023, as part of its four-year Moananuiākea Voyage and circumnavigation of the Pacific Ocean. The double-hulled canoe and its crew were escorted into the Marina by the Kizh Nation, the original Indian tribe of the greater Los Angeles and Orange County regions. … Read More

Unearthing the Kizh Nation-Gabrieleño Legacy: Mapping Los Angeles’ Ancient Landscape

Summary The “Mapping Los Angeles Landscape History” project is a groundbreaking collaboration between the Kizh-Gabrieleño, alongside researchers from USC, UCLA, and Cal State. Through a meticulous examination of oral histories, remote sensing data, historical maps, and other sources, the project seeks to shed light on the major settlements and interconnected pathways that once thrived within the Los Angeles Basin. Driven … Read More

Kizh Nation Cultural and Environmental Stewardship Camp at Newport Beach

https://scc.ca.gov/ Made possible by The Coastal Conservancy. Explore the coast grant. The Coastal Conservancy is a California state agency, established in 1976, to protect and improve natural lands and waterways, to help people get to and enjoy the outdoors, and to sustain local economies along California’s coast. It acts with others to protect and restore, and increase public access to, … Read More