• Cultural Center Garden
  • Cultural Center Garden in Fall
  • A Big Winter in the Cultural Center Garden
  • Aquaponics Nursery
  • Aquaponics Nursery
  • Aquaponics Ripe Tomatoes
  • Elders Garden
  • Elders Garden Rows
  • Sunflower
  • Willow Hoop
  • First Bloom Helps Plant on Earthday 2015
  • Preparing the Earth for Planting
  • Constructing the Garden
  • Cultural Center Garden Early Season
  • Wildlife in Garden
  • Mallow
  • Work Tools
  • Working Garden
  • Watering
  • Garden Plants
  • Wildflowers in Garden
  • Compost
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Cultural Center Garden

The Cultural Center Garden is the first garden created under the FSP, and is directly adjacent to the Owens Valley Paiute-Shoshone Cultural Center on the Bishop Reservation. It is .5 acres, has over 50 growing beds of plants and vegetables, including a medicinal plant garden with ceremonial circle, family demonstration plots, student plots, and a recycled/live fence. It is also the site of FSP's Earthen Seed House.


Elders Garden

Located on 1 acre adjacent to the Elders Program Building and Bishop Creek, this garden has 2 hoop houses, an aquaponics greenhouse, plant nursery, fruit trees, Elders CSA growing beds and egg layer chickens.


Traditional Foods Garden

2 traditional food gardens are being established in the 25-acre EMO-managed Conservation Open Space Area (COSA). The gardens will utilize Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) and provide a multi-generational gathering and learning space centered around traditional food customs. Food garden plants will include nahavita (wild hyacinth or Dichelostemma capitatum), w├╝yauiha (elder flower or Sambucus nigra), and wogoina (Ribes spp.).


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