Our Story

We are a non-profit organization that provides support to American Indians residing in Butte and Glenn Counties with their academic careers, preschool to college, social services, health education and parent advocacy since 1989.

Unbroken Traditions:

 

BASKETWEAVERS OF THE MEADOWS-BAKERS FAMILY IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

 

 

Virtual Tour

Student Enrollment forms: Click HERE!

Intake form: .pdf, .doc, 

Here you will find all the enrollment paperwork necessary for both you and your student.

Checklist: .pdf

Here you can keep up with your application process.

TOUR DETAILS

CSU Chico's Anthropology department has put together an exhibit that explores the history of Indigenous California Basket Weaving traditions. It specifically goes in depth about the traditions practiced by The Meadows-Bakers family, and gives in depth detain on how and where California Natives traditionally gathered the materials to weave these baskets. There is a ton of good information in the exhibit, and the best part is it is available online! Just click the Virtual Tour Link and dive in to the exhibit!

​Telephone : ​530-895-4212            

Fax: 530-895-4310

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