Making Medicine with California Pinenuts

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Teresa M. LeBeau


Teresa M. LeBeau, enrolled member of the Pitt River Tribe, and a descendent of the Hoopa Tribe, both are located in Northern California. She created "Making Medicine with CA Pinenuts" page as a way to spread traditional teachings and merge the old way with modern jewelry (Medicine) making. Every item created and shared was made by Teresa or her grown adults. Her two adults, Feather and Barbara Wolfin, both enrolled members of the Pitt River Tribe, play an vital role and take on trational and cultural responsibilites to assure and help guide the strict protocls are adher too. Both bring tremendous wealth and nonbiases decisions to the team. The materials play an integral role in repairing cultural ties and spiritual beliefs to oneself; that being said, the California Pinenuts team does not sell, trade, or take any orders which include California pinenuts. Occasionally, fundraisers are held via raffles on Facebook.

Upcoming Community Workshops

June 5, 2023

When: 12:00 pm 4:00 pm

Where: Burney, CA

Workshop is closed/in person

Contact Teresa for more info

June 25, 2023

When: 12:00 pm 4:00 pm

Where: Burney, CA

Workshop is open/in person

Contact Teresa for more info

Gallery - Cooked CA Pinenuts

  • CA Pinenuts can be cooked in hot cooking oil.
  • Pinenuts must have two holes before cooking.

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