Greenaction supports Wailaki & Cahto tribal members fighting for relocation from toxic-contaminated reservation.
The community of Laytonville is rising to defend their right to life.
Between 1950 and 1993 Mendocino county operated two landfills in Laytonville that were improperly capped and have continued to contaminate surrounding wells, springs, ground water, air, soil. Cancer and miscarriages are only a few of the health issues the community members have endured for decades but enough is enough.
Many tribal members are organizing in hopes of relocating to ensure that everyone can enjoy a healthy future.
We stand with Laytonville and will support them as they move forward with this battle! CLICK HERE to read more about the history of the Laytonville struggle!
READ about the Community Health Final Survey Results
READ about the Community Health Initial Survey Results
SEE photos and videos of Laytonville Community. (Coming Soon!)
Laytonville preliminary results for a community health study show that people in Laytonville and Laytonville Rancheria are 3 to 4 times more likely to have cancer there than residents elsewhere in California Listen below
August 25, 2018
Laytonville, CA: R.I.P Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe
Our friend and warrior for justice Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe and long time resident of the contaminated Laytonville Rancheria, has passed after a heroic fight against cancer.
Condolences can be sent to Peggy Hoaglin and family c/o Pastor David Sanchez via email at email@example.com
We will continue to work with the family, tribal members and allies to carry out Louis’ struggle to get Laytonville Rancheria residents relocated from the reservation contaminated by the county’s dumps that leaked into the community for decades, causing much death and illness.
For Health and Environmental Justice,
WATCH Video of Plea for Help from Wailaki Tribal Chairman
March 8th, 2018: LAYTONVILLE, CA
Toxic Contamination Poisons Wailaki Tribe & Cahto Tribal Members of Laytonville Rancheria in Mendocino County, California. Greenaction has responded to the Tribe’s request for support. See this short video below of Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe, as he calls for support in their fight for relocation.
February 20th, 2018: LAYTONVILLE, CA
Toxic Contamination Poisons Wailaki Tribe & Cahto Tribal Members of Laytonville Rancheria in Mendocino County, California. Greenaction has responded to the Tribe’s request for support. See our short video of Louis Hoaglin, Chairman of the Wailaki Tribe, as he calls for support in their fight for relocation.