Markets

 

  • FSP Stand at Community Market
  • Market Produce
  • Community Market
  • Farm Stand 2017
  • Community Market
  • Weaving at Community Market
  • Rock Painting at Opening Market
  • Daves All Vegan
  • July Harvest
  • Art Activities
  • August Market
  • Market Helpers
  • Chileno Peppers
  • Market Booth
  • Strawberry Spinach Berries
  • July Herbs Harvest
  • Opeing Market
  • Tribal Youth Council at Market
  • Prepping Produce
  • Oranges for Market
  • Beets
  • Berry Jams for Sale
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Thursday Community Market

Held June through October, Thursdays 5 pm - dusk, at the Owens Valley Paiute Shoshone Cultural Center, the Community Market offers local produce from partnering vendors and gardens and FSP gardens, artisinal foods, bulk foods, traditional foods, and handmade art and craft items. Live music, informational groups, kids activities, and dinner options such as local food trucks are also provided on a rotating basis. The market accepts Cal Fresh/SNAP benefits, as well as cash and checks. Some vendors accept electronic payments. The Community Market is open to the public and everyone is welcome. Parking is available directly at the Market, in the Cultural Center public parking lot. For current market status updates, visit the FSP Facebook page, or EMO Home.

 

Mobile Market

The Mobile Market was purchased in October of 2018 thanks to REACH grant funding. The trailer comes with a fully equipped kitchen and custom exterior designed by local tribal artists. The goal of the Mobile Market is to be a portable form of direct marketing (grower to consumer), thus increasing community access to healthy foods.

The Mobile Market made its debut at the 2019 Bishop Paiute Tribe’s Annual Earth Day event, where program staff prepared traditional foods for attendees to sample for free, thanks to the support of the Owens Valley Paiute-Shoshone Cultural Center. In July 2019 the Mobile Market made an appearance at the Sustaining Tribal Resources Conference reception dinner. Over 120 attendees sampled free foodstuffs prepared by program staff. The Food Sovereignty Program intends on using the Mobile Market at every Annual Fall Harvest Celebration as well.

 

food truck staff photo

wild rice picture

nettle soup picture