• Locally handcrafted. Made with clear crystals beads, black & iridescent glass beads, and finished with silver tone feather charms.  Hung on surgical steel ear wires. Overall length of just over 3 inches. Just one pair available!
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    Canadian Lake Wild Rice

    $8.99
    This wild rice is organically grown in Saskatchewan, where summers yield 20+ hours of sunshine. The largest, heartiest grain of all our wild rice varieties, this product has a 1-2 hour cook time. *WE DO NOT DELIVER TO PO/APO/FPO BOXES* *YOU WILL BE ASKED FOR A PHYSICAL ADDRESS UPON CHECKOUT* *ORDERS TO ALASKA & HAWAII PLEASE CALL US AT (218) 679-2611 FOR A CUSTOM SHIPPING QUOTE*
  • Hand made using white birch bark & sinew. Measures approximately 5.5 " tall (height) by 4.5" wide. Made to fit over a cube size box of tissues (not included.) As these items are handcrafted using bark- please allow for natural variations for each piece. Photo is representational. *WE DO NOT DELIVER TO PO/APO/FPO BOXES* *YOU WILL BE ASKED FOR A PHYSICAL ADDRESS UPON CHECKOUT* *ORDERS TO ALASKA & HAWAII PLEASE CALL US AT (218) 679-2611 FOR A CUSTOM SHIPPING QUOTE*  
  • 16 ounce bag. Just add water, mix, gently knead & bake. Makes one 10" round loaf. Makes a great campfire bread. Ingredients: Bleached/enriched wheat flour, whey, canola shortening, oat bran, aluminum free baking powder, salt baking soda. *WE DO NOT SHIP TO PO/APO/FPO BOXES. YOU WILL BE ASKED FOR A PHYSICAL ADDRESS UPON CHECKOUT.* *ALASKA & HAWAII CUSTOMERS: PLEASE CALL US AT (218) 679-2611 FOR YOUR CUSTOM SHIPPING QUOTE*
  • Abalone is a gastropod mollusk that lives in coastal saltwater. A member of the Haliotidae family, it ranges in size from 4 to 10 inches. Like other univalve snails, it has a single shell on top and uses a large foot to cling to rocks and eat algae. The abalone shell is flat and spiral-shaped with several small holes around the edges. Its other names include ear shells and sea ears because of its shell shape. The interior of the shell is an iridescent mother of pearl (nacre) pattern that is as prized as the meat it protects. Our shells can be used for catching ash from sage or sweetgrass.

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