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Working together for the past, present, and future of our people. 

Berry Creek Rancheria of Tyme Maidu Indians of California is a Federally Recognized Native American Tribe located in Oroville, California. As a sovereign government, we work hard to provide for our citizens, protect our future as Maidu people, and support the greater community through our projects and enterprises. 

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August 12th Meeting Cancelled in condolences for

Dean Robert Edwards Passing.

Entered into rest Aug. 3rd.

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General Council 

Meeting

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Every 2nd Thursday of the month @3:00pm-5:00pm

at the Tribal Office

Food and refreshments from the Acorn Cafe, families welcome!

Contact Jedediah Brown or Gavin Antone with any questions.

Culture Committee Meeting

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Every Thursday at the Tribal Office 3:30 - 5pm Dine In or Grab & Go

Senior Meal Distribution

Education News

Event Spotlight: 2022 Handgames Games

In June 2022 Berry Creek Rancheria hosted its first hand game tournament in a few years. Community members, family, and friends came from far and wide to celebrate. Berry Creek's adult team came in 2nd place, and our youth came in 1st! Congrats to all the teams- can't wait to see you at the next tournament!

Community Interviews: Handgames and Clapper Sticks

Listen to tribal youth interview Berry Creek tribal membera Peter Telleria and Joseph Brown on the importance of handgame and clapper sticks to the tribe!

Who We Are

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The Tyme Maidu people have lived in the land now known as Butte County since time immemorial.  This means that our history, our worldview, and our relationships with the land, water, and non human relatives in our ancestral territory stretches back to the beginning of time. Our relationship with this place drives our work. We know how important it is to protect these relationships so that our children and grandchildren can continue our ways of life into the future. 

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