CILS Bishop Office – Logo Design RFP

Calling all graphic artists! California Indian Legal Services’ (CILS) is requesting proposals from graphic designers and artists to design a new sign for our Bishop office that communicates the existence of all 3 of our legal service programs: California Indian Legal Services (CILS), the Easter Sierra Legal Assistance Program (ESLAP), and the Inyo-Mono Senior Legal Program (IMSLP).

Submissions are due Sunday, March 28, 2021. The chosen graphic designer will be awarded $2,700.

See the flyer below for details.

CILS Bishop Office Logo Design RFP (due 3.28.2021)


Indian Health Council – Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic

IHC COVID19 Vaccination Flyer


DATE: Saturday, February 6, 2021

By appointment ONLY. Only Scheduled Patients will be allowed in the clinic. Others will not be allowed in the Dental Lobby:

Location: IHC Rincon Multipurpose Room

Eligibility Criteria for Vaccination:

IHC registered patients age 60 and older and their primary caregiver.

Registered patients may schedule an appointment at:

760-749-1410 ext 2002

To register as an IHC patient and/or determine eligibility, call:

760-749-1410 ext 5297 or 5285


If you are not eligible for IHC services and are in need of additional resources regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics in San Diego county please visit or call Toll-Free at (800) 227-0997. 65+ and 1st responders may visit for free vaccine scheduling.

Free Tribal Food Sovereignty Event

On the mornings of January 27, 28, and 29, 2021 Northern California Tribal Court Coalition will host the Third Annual Restoring the Balance: Preparing Tribal Food Systems for Uncertain Times.

Please join us for this free and engaging virtual gathering for the Yurok Tribe, Karuk Tribe, Trinidad Rancheria, Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria, Tolowa Dee-Ni’ Nation, Hoopa Valley Tribe, and their food sovereignty partners.

The theme of this year’s virtual community event is resilience and food security featuring local, regional and national food sovereignty leaders. Together we will explore a holistic approach to building and supporting a resilient Tribal food system and the relationship of Tribal food sovereignty to law, policy, traditional resource management, economic development, education, and many other areas that influence the food systems of NCTCC’s member Tribes. We will learn about local and regional projects, deliberate about strategies to strengthen Tribal food security, and explore funding opportunities as we contemplate Northern California