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FOR RELEASE: April 4, 2017 CONTACT: Serena Johnson, 760-873-8851 TOIYABE INDIAN HEALTH PROJECT BRINGS BIKE SHARE TO BISHOP Bishop, CA: Toiyabe Indian Health Project’s Community Wellness Program is excited to announce a ribbon cutting and inaugural bike ride for the Eastside Bike Share Program on Friday, April 14 at 12pm noon at the new Toiyabe Bishop [...]
The physicians and staff of Toiyabe Indian Health Project (TIHP) are pleased to announce the grand opening of their new clinic in Bishop, located at 250 See Vee Lane. All community members are welcome to attend the ribbon cutting and open house which begins at 2pm on Thursday, April 20. Attendees can tour the clinic, meet [...]
Between February 13 and March 13, services will be moving to the new clinic located at 250 See Vee Lane, Bishop. The following schedule outlines when departments and programs are expected to be open for business at the new clinic. DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE AS PDF
FOR RELEASE: Friday, February 10, 2017 CONTACT: Rick Frey, 760-873-8464 Toiyabe Moving to New Bishop Clinic at 250 See Vee Lane Toiyabe Indian Health Project (TIHP) is pleased to announce completion of its new Bishop Clinic. Located at 250 See Vee Lane, the new clinic will house almost all of TIHP Bishop services under one roof. [...]
Every August, the Family Services Department hosts the annual Trade Walk up Paiute Pass. The walk takes Native youth into the Sierra Nevada mountain range to trade with Native youth from the west side. By participating in the Trade Walk, youth learn the traditions of their ancestors and bring the tradition to modern times. The youth [...]
Summer is prime time for farmers markets. Farmers markets increase access to healthy food, selling locally grown foods. In this show, we highlight the benefits of farmers markets: the produce tastes better, food travels shorter distances, and generates business and creates jobs. Most importantly, farmers markets build community. In this episode, we talk to Joe Miller, [...]
Bridgeport Indian Colony is focused on growing food through their Traditional and Ecological Knowledge Program. Their program includes a domestic vegetable garden, native plant garden, an orchard with 35 fruit trees built in a permaculture design, 3 bee hives providing local honey, and a state of the art humid controlled greenhouse that allows them to grow [...]