Mailliard Ranch: Ancestral Land

Aerial view of Mailliard Ranch
Mailliard Ranch safeguards sustainable working forests across nearly 14,000 acres and protects nearly 1,000 acres of reserves, including old-growth coast redwoods, mature mixed-conifer forest and salmon-bearing streams. Photo by John-Birchard, Save the Redwoods League.

Mailliard Ranch is within the ancestral lands of the Central Pomo tribes. We acknowledge that these tribes have endured generations of violence and displacement across their homelands. While the League has yet to develop relationships with descendant tribal communities from around this area now known as Anderson Valley, we recognize that Central Pomo people still live in southern Mendocino County today and continue to speak their language and practice their cultural traditions.