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Native Bailout

June is approaching and we are currently issuing warrants to potential arrestees. This event is CCaWW's major fundraiser.


Our goal is to raise enough funds to support our programs and operating expenses for the coming year. It is gratifying to know our local community is willing to support us.


Our previous fundraisers were wildly exciting. Join us for CCaWW's Annual Native Lands Bailout!!


Ladies Valley Landback

After 10 years of diligent land stewardship of 320 acres American River Conservancy is planning to transfer the title of ownership of "Ladies Valley" to Cosumnes Culture and WaterWays.  We are so blessed to have Native Lands returned to Native Hands. Please consider supporting this Landback effort with a donation, a contribution of needed resources, or join us for a Work-n-Play day hosted on the Second Sunday of each month.

We have been allowed to return to this land, to care for it, and re-establish a Native presence.

Several cultural events are planned throughout the year. 

The second Sunday of each month is reserved for "Work-n-Play" on the land.

About us

Cosumnes Culture and WaterWays (CCaWW) promotes, preserves, and stewards the Indigenous Culture and waterways of this land, and the surrounding areas.

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Each of us has a responsibility to take care. Our purpose is to create a space for Indigenous Culture to thrive once again... 

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