Teton Trade Cloth Cultural Advisory Board 

Teton Trade Cloth is guided and advised by a board of cultural directors from various tribal nations.  This board provides valuable cultural insight regarding new product ideas.  By working in a collaborative way, we are doing our best to provide products that are beneficial to craftspeople and the community. 

Our mission is to provide the highest quality materials and goods for Native / Indigenous / First Nation communities to use in the creation and preservation of their material and ceremonial culture. We strive to collaborate with and support Native / Indigenous / First Nation Artists to create unique products which inspire and uplift the community through the visibility of their Art.

Our advisory board is made up of the following individuals:

Nan Blasingame, Cheyenne and Arapahoe

Lauren Good Day, Arikara / Hidatsa

Tom Haukaas, Lakota

Bruce Johnson, Ponca

Kenny McClure, Flathead Salish

Tokeya Waci U Richardson, Oglala Lakota

Perry Smith, Shuswap, Bonaparte First Nations

Teton Trade Cloth is proud to give back to the community by contributing to non-profits that support Native people in the United States and Canada.   With the consultation of our Advisory Board, Teton Trade Cloth is a corporate sponsor of Native American Jump Start as well as other worthy causes like the Native American Veterans Memorial, The Boys and Girls Club of the Flathead ReservationThe Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, Child Support Services, The Denver Indian Center, Camp Mniluzahan