Tulelake is a small community in the northeast of California. It's population is 1,000. That number swells during the farming season. Tulelake is also known as the home for an internment camp built in 1942 to house Japanese-Americans. Road signs to the internment camp memorial now refer to it as the 'segregation camp'. The memorial refers to it as the 'concentration camp'.
Tulelake's main industry is farming, with alfalfa, potatoes, grain and mint being the prominent crops.