Special thanks to El Sol de la Sierra and The Sierra Reader’s Publisher Noe Gadea for featuring our “Amigos de Nuestras Tierras” (“Friends of Our Lands”) monthly column on the front page of this week’s El Sol in Spanish, and on page 9 of the Reader in English. The article is about the Paiute Shoshone Cultural Center in Bishop, its permanent displays and grounds, and the Great Basin Native Artists Exhibit that opened just last Friday, Feb. 25. We love this partnership, which is helping to educate the Spanish-speaking, as well as the greater community, about matters that are central to the cultural life of the Owens Valley – or Payahuunadu, “The Land of Flowing Water,” as the original inhabitants called our corner of the world.

Download a pdf copy of the article from El Sol de la Sierra in Spanish here.

Download a pdf copy of the article from The Sierra Reader in English here.