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  • Alameda Oak Tree Registry

    You can contribute to the annual Alameda Acorn Harvest by giving us access to the ground around your Oak Trees. (Yes, it’s that easy.) Loading… During the Alameda Oak Tree Survey, we identified 405 properties; which host at least one Oak Tree. Those locations were cross-referenced with the Alameda County Parcel Map; resulting in the…

  • 2024 Alameda Oak Tree Survey

    The Oak Forest of Alameda is alive and well. During our survey, we identified at least 405 properties which have Oak Trees. Once everything was processed and plugged into our GIS systems, we were able to identify the footprint of Alameda’s “Bolsa de Encinal“. What is la Bolsa De Encinal? This place we call “Alameda”…

  • 2024-2025 Cultural & Education Programming Announced!

    The Alameda Native History Project is proud to announce their Cultural & Educational Program Offerings for 2024-2025!

  • Indigenous Food Lab After Action Report

    Budget (Approx.): $1,250 [– $400 facilities repairs and equipment purchases] Volunteers: 12Avg. Volunteers Per Day: 3 Most Dedicated Award: CharlesAbove & Beyond Award: Farmer Mentor Award: Heather Galloway Leadership Award: PaigeOn The Spot Award: LizetteGenerosity Award: John Jacque Special Guests: Misty (Lakota Night: Gugu Bread and Wajopi)Lois (Blue Corn Demo)Dwight Francisco (Talking Circle) Shout Outs:…

  • Two Spirit Pride Week

    That’s what I’m calling the upcoming week of February 2nd. Alameda Native History Project has co-organized a number of different events going on all over the City of San Francisco. The most awesome of which are the Two Spirit Symposium on February 9th, and the Indigenous Food Lab from February 2nd to the 11th. Check…

  • New Map: Historic Alameda Ecology

    A Never-Before-Seen Map of Alameda’s Indigenous History Can you imagine elk running down Park Street? Cotton Tail Rabbits hopping among giant Live Oak trees on Grand? Gathering blackberries at Chochenyo Park?Oysters on Regent?Making tule boats at Alameda Point? This map combines historic elements to tell the story of Alameda before. Developed for elementary and middle-school…

  • First Meeting!

    Announcing our first meeting ever. Inaugural Meeting – Intro/Info Session January 27, 2024; 2-3 PMGet tickets at NativeHistory.eventbrite.com Join us for an informal and informative session where we’ll introduce ourselves, share important details, and answer any questions you might have. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned local historian, this event is open to everyone…

  • ANHP Receives Grant for Bay Area Indigenous Mapping Project

    The Alameda Native History Project is the proud recipient of a Native Solidary Project grant for our work mapping the Indigenous Bay. Our mapping project seeks to reverse the erasure, and inaccuracies promulgated by biased archeologists and flawed anthropological analysis. We do this by centering the indigenous knowledge and lived experiences in historical narratives about…

  • Alameda Native History Project Announces Fiscal Sponsorship

    Since Alameda Native History Project started as a small research project in 2019, it has been run using the pocket money of its founder, Gabriel Duncan. As the Alameda Native History Project started to become larger, and more established; being able to budget for upcoming events, meetings, classroom presentations, (and more) is becoming a vital…

  • PRESS RELEASE:

    Alameda Native History Project Calls On City of Alameda To Dedicate Park In Memory of Mario Gonzalez 12/15/2023Alameda, California FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: On Thursday, December 14, 2023, the City of Alameda announced that it had reached an $11M settlement with the Estate of Mario Gonzalez, and a $350,000 settlement with Mario‘s Mother, to settle claims…