A Restored Tribe Serving Marin and Sonoma CountiesThe Graton Rancheria community is a federation of Coast Miwok and Southern Pomo groups recognized as a tribe by the US Congress. The Miwok of west Marin County have, through the years, been referred to as Marshall Indians, Marin Miwok, Tomales, Tomales Bay, and Hookooeko. The Bodega Miwok (aka, Olamentko) traditionally lived in the area of Bodega Bay. The neighboring Southern Pomo Sebastopol group lived just north and east of the Miwok. The town of Sebastopol is located about one mile midway between the north boundary of Miwok territory and the southern edge of Southern Pomo territory..
- Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria featured in North Bay Business Journal for Contribution
Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria is hosting the 25th Annual ICWA Conference
Celebrating 40 years Weaving Traditions to Defend, Protect & Honor Indian Children, Families and Tribes
- Register Here for the Conference
- Hotel Information
- Scholarship Opportunity to attend the Conference
- ICWA Conference 2018 Agenda
- CANCELLED – FIGR 2017 Fall Celebration for Citizens - Due to the fires in Sonoma County and diminished air quality the Fall Celebration at Shone Farms, on October 21, 2017 has been canceled. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
- FIGR Tribal Citizens and GRC Team Members affected by the North Bay Fires can access supplies at the GRC H.R. office
- 2017 Cal THPO/SHPO Summit
- TTSM TANF Public Notice Renewal
- The Marsh – Baylands in Transition, a new video that explores some of the history of the Sonoma Baylands, featuring commentary from Greg Sarris.
- 2017 Holocaust and Genocide Lecture Series
- FIGR donates new fitness equipment to local City park
- Close to Home: Dismayed by promotion of deputy in Andy Lopez shooting - Chairman Greg Sarris and Tribal Council speak out.
- The Tribe's Statement on Disenrollment
- Graton Rancheria helps restore Tolay Lake's place in American Indian past — and present
- Check out our new Library Page