SweetGrass employees share their favorite products and recipes

Whether it’s the handcrafted items, the irresistible gourmet treats, or the carefully curated lifestyle products, SweetGrass Trading certainly has something for everyone. And each team member at SweetGrass has a unique preference and a favorite product they enjoy using. This Holiday season, SweetGrass team members enthusiastically share some of their favorite products and recipes with you…even […]

Ho-Chunk, Inc. announces 2022 Ho-Chunk Way employee donation program recipient

provided by Ho-Chunk, Inc. Communications  Ho-Chunk, Inc. is excited to announce the new annual recipient of the Ho-Chunk Way Employee Donations Program! The 2022 recipient is the Winnebago Tribal Farm.  The Winnebago Tribal Farm is creating a local, sustainable food system by growing and providing fresh foods to the people of the Winnebago community. In […]

Applications open for Ho-Chunk, Inc. summer internship program

last year's interns with Lance Morgan, CEO

The Ho-Chunk, Inc. Summer Internship Program is designed to give students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs hands-on experience at an innovative Native American-owned company that prides itself on a strong social mission and community impact. Ho-Chunk, Inc. interns become an active part of the team from day one. Our personalized approach to learning and […]

2020 Holiday Gift Guide

2020 Holiday Gift Guide

Looking for the perfect gift this holiday season? Why not support Tribes across the nation while you’re at it! Whether you’re looking to treat someone to a gift box or you want something small, we have you covered.   Gifts for her   Unwind bundle  $24.99 includes: Haipazaza Phezuta Bath Bomb  Haipazaza Phezuta Huckleberry Soap Bar  Ioway Bee Farm Lip Balm – Cherry  […]

Wheat berries: what are they and how do I cook with them?

Wheat is the most commonly consumed grain in the United States. Wheat berries, however, are relatively uncommon in American kitchens. Wheat berries are the edible part of the wheat kernel. They include the bran, germ and the endosperm before the grain undergoes any processing or any refinement occurs.   Wheat berries are wheat in its most […]

Types of squash and how to use them

Squash - cut and laid on a wood counter

This post is inspired by the book “The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen” by Sean Sherman  Squashes are an important indigenous food with a deep history. The Miami Tribe gifted seeds of an enormous orange squash to a Menominee tribal member, who shared the seeds with Mohican, Oneida and Ojibwe gardeners. This ancient squash, dubbed “Big […]

Customer Feature: Sage & Oats Trading Post

Outside of Sage & Oats Trading Post

Major Robinson, an enrolled Northern Cheyenne from Montana, and his wife Michelle, a transplant from Orlando, Florida, with Irish/Scottish ancestry, met in their former career of designing and building theme parks for Universal Studios. Two years ago, they launched a boutique gift shop, Sage & Oats Trading Post, in downtown Helena to help bridge a […]