ILCC finances Pinoleville land purchase
The Pinoleville Pomo Nation received financing from ILCC in 2017 that enabled the Tribe to reacquire 3.5 acres of historically important ancestral land in Ukiah, Calif., along with valuable commercial property located within the boundaries of the original 1911 Rancheria.
Sunrise Banks invests $900,000 in ILCC
Sunrise Banks, an innovative leader in the financial services industry based in St. Paul, Minn., has invested $900,000 with Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) to help Native American tribes acquire, develop and secure tribal land for economic development and cultural preservation.
Other news and events
The Circle, a highly-respected Native American News and Arts publication, recently published a feature article on ILCC’s work to help American Indian Tribes repurchase ancestral lands. The article profiled the role that ILCC played in helping the Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah, Calif., reacquire two significant parcels of its ancestral land. Read this article and other news about ILCC.