Eat like our ancestors with this First Foods Basket offering an array of traditional ingredients. First Foods items included are wild rice, traditional spice blends, Oregon berry jams, Lakota popcorn, & more. This basket will keep your pantry stocked for many meals to come.
A one-of-a-kind Earring Tree showcasing the craftsmanship of Native American community members. Perhaps most notably featured are four inimitable dentalium earring sets of coastal Native design. Add to your own collection, or have some on hand to give as gifts.
A vivid screenprint collaboration between Indigenous social activist and artist Ernesto Yerena, and mulitmedia artist Arlene Mejorado. “Indigenous Roots Denied…No More” is a powerful image evoking a sense of freedom for the young Native girl and two eagles depicted.
“Respect Your Elders” depicts the 10 foot tall whistling giant known by some Tribes as “Slapoo.” Native artist, activist and entrepreneur Louie Gong (Nooksack) originally rendered this illustration as an addition to a theatrical performance of the “Slapoo” story in 2014.
This 12”x 18” giclee print is the work of Native artist and writer Jeffrey Veregge (S’Klallam). “Alien 2” is a prime example of Veregge’s talent for incorporating traditional design concepts with his love of modern pop culture subjects, such as the science fiction horror film Alien.
A trio of prints showcasing traditional Navajo rug patterns. Sleek black frames and matting contrast the vivid colors used in these designs traditionally named for their region of origin.
A special gift to the ECA Luncheon, this necklace and earring set is made of coral and black onyx. The dark tones of the jewelry nicely complement 1 of an original 4 etchings made by a talented NAYA foster youth.
A bright red unisex Raven Messenger Bag provides hands-free storage on the go. Features Napa leather, nylon lining, and Haida designer Dorothy Grant’s signature Raven zipper pull.
Celebrate Hawaiian culture and craftsmanship with this jewelry and purse package made from natural materials. Pair the handwoven clutch with two traditional Kukui nut leis and wooden earrings with inlaid design.
An exquisite tri-strand Turquoise Navajo necklace. Turquoise holds a special significance to many Indigenous cultures worldwide. To Navajo (Dine) it represents happiness, luck, and health.
A charming pair of handmade earrings and beaded hair tie crafted by local artists. Bright seed beads are intricately needled into geometric designs reminiscent of sunshine.
The iconic End of the Trail statue is depicted here in the center of a beaded dreamcatcher medallion. Hours of artistry went into the creation of this representation of the famous image.
This smooth shrunken leather wristlet complements the soft woven wool of an accompanying Pendleton robe. Designed by artist Dorothy Grant, Haida, the Essential Bag is just the right size to clutch on the go, or simply store smaller essentials.
All aspects of this package are tailored to provide a summer spent in Native inspired gear. Included are a Nike N7 T-shirt, bag, and sunglasses, as well as tribal print sandals. The Nike N7 fund funnels product proceeds back into Native community sport programs to promote active and healthy lifestyles.
An authentic and exclusive limited edition Pendleton design. This Star Wars Pendleton blanket depicts the Millennium Falcon, X-wing starfighters, TIE fighters and the Death Star. Made of woven jacquard and reversible, with dramatic geometric striping and shading.
This handwoven basket with attached abalone bird carving is the creation of SW Oregon artisan Nan MacDonald. Nan is a master traditional weaver, who draws on years of training to create and teach her craft to up-and-coming weavers.
Find happiness in Hopi culture with this ceremonial print and traditional Kachina Doll sculpture. Contemporary Kachina figures such as this are made for trade, include detailed regalia, are attached to bases, and sometimes incorporate bird feathers.
Let traditions from multiple Native American tribes guide you in raising your child. This package includes a Pendleton “Woodland Neighbors Crib Blanket”, Storm Boy & Frog Girl storybooks, Linda’s Indian Home book, two Navajo dolls, adorable beaded baby moccasins and handcrafted Leeland baby rattle.
This elegant necklace and matching earrings are fashioned with Garnet stones from SE Alaska, cut crystal, and dentalium shells. Five strands of beads will be a great addition to your jewelry collection, that nicely showcase traditional jewelry materials used by various NW American Tribes.