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Petroglyph dog collars are made from recycled plastic bottles and handcrafted in the US. 

The Alutiiq Museum or Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository is a non-profit museum and cultural center dedicated to preserving and sharing the cultural traditions of the Koniag Alutiiq branch of Sugpiaq ~ Alutiiq of the Alaska Native people.

One great item for the best friend in your life is this beautiful dog collar. 

Chinook logo, Salmon with Spirit Face, multi print

Mission: To create a cultural magnet while developing a sustaining economy that will encourage more tribal members to return to the heart of our historical lands.  Offer jobs, housing, educational opportunitites and health and social services to all tribal members.

Buy iPhone or Samsung cases with beautiful designs from the Chinook Nation.

Pacific Umbrella available in four designs

We are the host tribe for Seattle, our area’s only indigenous tribe. Many of our enrolled members still live on Duwamish aboriginal territory, which includes Seattle, Burien, Tukwila, Renton, and Redmond. 

Protect yourself from the rain with one of these stunning umbrellas. 

August May - Pop Image Flip-Flops art by Delesslin George-Warren

The Catawba Cultural Center offers a unique look into the lifeways of the Catawba Indians by featuring both indoor and outdoor exhibits. Come see Native American beadwork and check out the unique form of landscaping called edible landscapes that replace the usual flowers and shrubs with vegetables and herbs

These beautiful, affordable flip-flops are the perfect purchase ahead of the summer!

Native Print Car Steering Wheel Cover

Kiowa Tribe Environmental Program (KTEP) is dedicated to protecting the environment and natural resources such as land, water and air from adverse environmental impacts from pollution, climate change, habitat loss and other issues which may affect the health of our environment and our Kiowa people

Buy a stunning steering wheel cover to keep your hands warm in the winter or cool in the summer!

Fanny pack, available in 8 colors.

The Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center is a non-profit organization located in the urban Native Minneapolis South side. MIWRC delivers programs and services for Native women and their families.

A fanny pack is always a good idea! Buy this one to support the MIWRC's mission.

Bell Helin Hummingbird Textiles for the Home

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) champions, develops, and provides quality educational, cultural, social and socio-economic services that benefit all Indigenous People living in and around the Puget Sound Region, especially tribal families, elders and youth.

Whether you're buying a gift for a friend or buying new oven mitts and spatulas for yourself, these stunning, affordable products will be perfect.

SAGE custom-printed band for the Apple Watch with a fashionable alternative to stale Apple Watch replacement bands.

SAGE Development Authority is "building a wind farm to provide clean energy to the people of Standing Rock for generations into the future — and we need your support."

Buy Apple Watch bands, speakers, pillows, and much much more!


Tamástslikt Cultural Institute

Immerse yourself in the history, culture and hospitality of the people who have lived on this land for more than 10,000 years. More than just a museum, Tamástslikt celebrates the traditions of Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Tribes. 

This mousepad is a perfect way to support their work while surrounding yourself with beauty at work.

Phone Cases to Support Nimkii Aazhbikong

We are a community based social arts and justice organization, interested in helping Indigenous communities, particularly youth, with reclaiming the richness and vibrancy of their heritage including traditional arts, but with a contemporary spin. Our collective combines land-based contemporary art creation with traditional arts, anishinaabemowin immersion, and Elders and traditional knowledge and land based practices.

Featuring artwork by Christi Belcourt, 100% of the proceeds for this phone case will be going to support language camp for youth and Elders called Nimkii Aazhbikong.

TVCDC Laptop Sleeve

Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation is a holistic organization that works for the liberation of the Lakota people. We do our work through eight interconnected initiative areas that are rooted in our lifeways and wellness equity work. 

Protect your laptop and support this amazing work by buying this laptop sleeve.

Wówapi by Tusweca Tisospaya Programs

The mission of Tusweca Tiospaye is to develop a strong, healthy, and prosperous environment in which Lakota children and their families can learn and incorporate the Lakota language into their daily lives.

Buy your next spiral notebook from this nonprofit to support their mission!

Beanies & Mittens, Marina

In three remote villages, tucked into the Indian Himalayan mountains, members of the self-help collective called Himalayan Naari are revitalizing traditional woolen crafts. Through this regeneration of knitting and weaving practices, over 100 Naari artisans are improving their lives and strengthening local communities while creating a sustainable global business.

The women of Naari create beautiful handmade products by combining traditional techniques and natural materials with modern designs. The artisan knowledge that has been passed down from generation to generation is now being shared with the world thanks to Himalayan Naari. Customers receive unique, high quality items inspired by the traditions and aesthetics of the Himalayan landscape.