Santa Ynez Valley Coalition Camp 4 agreement includes 'waiver of sovereign immunity' By Greta Mart • Sep 22, 2017 Santa Barbara County/http://bit.ly/2xuXN7X Listen Listening... / 1:59 Santa Ynez Valley residents are awaiting a public meeting Monday evening about the land parcel known as Camp 4. Santa Barbara county officials will announce a tentative intergovernmental agreement between the Santa Ynez Band of the Chumash Indians and the county. Santa Ynez Valley residents won't give up the fight against Chumash reservation expansion By Bree Zender • Apr 28, 2017 Bree Zender Listen Listening... / 2:01 Although the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians succeeded in their efforts to fold the 'Camp 4' property into the Chumash reservation through a federal land trust, opponents throughout the Santa Ynez Valley continue to oppose it. Future of expanding Chumash reservation land uncertain By Bree Zender • Dec 26, 2016 Bree Zender Listen Listening... / 4:27 A conflict has been brewing over how the Camp 4 land, purchased in 2010 by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, is going to be developed over time. If you’re familiar at all with the Santa Ynez Valley, you know it’s famous for its rolling hills and farmland bordered by country roads and twisted-trunked oak trees.