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We are emphasizing the sacred lifestyle of the Great Basin tribes and educating others on how these tribes survived in this area for thousands of years. Also, it’s not just about food; it’s a big cycle of fasting and prayer, gathering the foods, and protection of the animals and plants for future use.”
Ben Rupert, member of the Washoe and Duck Valley Indian Reservation Shoshone-Paiute tribes, an 18-year member of the Reno Fire Department, and a firefighter for more than 30 years. He has a passion for ancestral skills, and likes to prepare local, traditional foods.

 

 

 

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