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Big Pine Paiute Tribe Community Garden

BIG PINE PAIUTE TRIBE COMMUNITY GARDEN By Alan Bacock The Big Pine Paiute Tribe has been tending a garden over the past 7 years with help from various people including those from 3 Creeks, Beyond Boundaries, School of Lost Borders and Weaving Earth.  The Tribe has been placing water on the land, revitalizing the  soil and growing food to regain relations

By |December 2nd, 2019|Uncategorized|

Patsiata update

PATSIATA UPDATE By Kathy Bancroft Winter is the time for stories and remembering.  With the break in the projects throughout Payahuunadü because of the weather, it also gives me the time to think about what I could do better.  Am I thinking for the land? Am I thinking for the ancestors? Am I doing what is best for all the

By |December 1st, 2019|Uncategorized|

Charting a year’s pilgrimage

CHARTING A YEAR'S PILGRIMAGE by Claire Peaslee and Black Mountain Circle How can you draw a map of “pilgrimage redefined”—a multi-dimensional record of this year’s quest to experience “the sacred in the land?” Such a map would show a non-linear network of seasonal hikes and deepening council; of story, music and emergent art; of indigenous elders’ wisdom, with film journeys

By |November 30th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Payahuunadü – Land of the Flowing Water

Payahuunadü – Land of the Flowing Water by Teri Red Owl Payahuunadü – Land of the Flowing Water, is the place we call home.  Nüümü – the People (Owens Valley Paiute), have lived here in our homelands since time immemorial.  We were placed here to care for the land and the water.  Payahuunadü is located in what is called the

By |November 30th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Walking for Water and All Life

WALKING FOR WATER AND ALL LIFE by Geoff Dalglish The dream of a modern source-to-sea pilgrimage walk along South Africa’s Eerste River will become a reality during September 2020 when a diverse group of people will come together to honour the sanctity and preciousness of water and all the life it sustains. They’ll follow in the footsteps of the ancestors

By |November 30th, 2019|Uncategorized|
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