Inspire others to join our federal recognition movement to help protect the Chetco and Tututni culture, heritage, history and language. Read our story, attend an event, network with us, spread the word and SPEAK OUT!Read more
Public education, political lobbing, and legal fees, these are just some of the ways that gifts are put to work through the Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, CTLR is empowering its members with the right and benefits of Federal Recognition.Read more
Thank you for visiting us. Weather you have a question about our mission, legal information to share or you are in town and want to visit us for an interview, we want to know whats on your mind. Our tribal community is important to us!Read more
We, the members of the Confederated Tribes of Lower Rogue (“CTLR”), are the descendants of the Chetco and Tututni Indians who traditionally occupied the Lower Rogue River valley in southwestern Oregon. Today, CTLR is composed of approximately 150 lineal descendants of the resilient Chetco and Tututni Indian who survived in their homeland when the U.S. forcibly removed most southern Oregon coast Indians to reservations in the mid-1850s.