Welcome to the Bishop Paiute Tribe Food Sovereignty Program!


  • The FSP team 2017
  • FSP booth at the Community Market
  • FSP Honey
  • Tomato Harvest
  • Sunflowers
  • Amaranth Harvest
  • Wildlife in the Garden
  • Market Produce
  • Harvest Celebration Dinner
  • Fall Produce
  • Market Produce
  • Quachu Aloom Members at the Community Market
  • Local Eggs
  • Red Romaine Harvest
  • Watermelon
  • Leeks
  • Watering the Garden
  • Tule Collecting
  • Tule Harvest 2015
  • Tule Weaving at Community Market
  • Marigold
  • Seed Keepers Workshop
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The Bishop Paiute Tribe’s Food Sovereignty Program (FSP) was formed under the Tribe’s Environmental Management Office (EMO) in 2015. Currently, the program is staffed by four employees. The FSP staff hosts 2 to 4 tribal youth interns in both summer and year-round food-system internships.

The mission of the Bishop Paiute Tribe Food Sovereignty Program is working to increase access to and awareness of healthy, traditional and environmentally-responsible, community-grown food that sustains an independent and resilient program which acknowledges, preserves, and strengthens existing community food systems and tribal sovereignty.

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