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Yocha Dehe Greases its Impressive Business Wheels With Olive Oil
Name: Marshall McKay Title: Tribal chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation Product: Seka Hills Premium Extra-Virgin Olive Oil How long in business: First olive trees planted in 20...
Oil Boom! Séka Hills Marketing Great Extra Virgin Olive Oil Nationwide
Leave It to the Professionals On the first day of the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York, June 30-July 2, Nancy Ash lifted a blue-tinted sifter to her nose...
Cache Creek Casino Resort: Jewel of California's Capay Valley
In Brooks, California, in the heart of the Capay Valley, Cache Creek Casino Resort rises like an Emerald City out of acres and acres of surrounding ranches and farmland...
Yocha Dehe Olive Oil Attracts the Attention of The New York Times
Today The New York Times drew attention to the olive oil produced by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation in the Capay Valley of Yolo County, California...
Yocha Dehe Wintun Launches Seka Hills Brand
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Visitors to Mulvaney's B&L Restaurant in downtown Sacramento were treated on April 30 to the taste of three different wines as well as a variety of appetizers, including steame...
The Yocha Dehe Return Focus to their Land through An Olive Oil Enterprise—and More
Cache Creek Casino Resort has long served as the main economic engine for the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation . Now, however, the tribe is expanding in a new, more culinary, direction...
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