Ji Misawaabandaaming - How we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking.

In Pine Point, on the White Earth Reservation, we are hosting lacrosse games for our children, installing solar panels on public housing, and painting beautiful murals.

Cultural Art to the Next Level - We are excited to announce we have launched our new screen printing operations, beading, sewing and culture fashion at Pine Point. Art, culture, and clean energy. A new future. We develop new projects and ideas every day while staying focused on what is most sacred to us; our water and the wild rice harvesting. All we want is to live the good life the Creator gave us which reflects in our art.

We worked really hard over the past year  to bring amazing cultural artwork to gifts and garments. In our art we demonstrated celebration of our “Water Protectors,” who are everywhere working hard to protect the lands, and water. 

We are very excited and cannot wait to show you what we will continue to bring through out the coming years.  New and fresh ideas, cultural iconic clothing  collection pieces, beadwork, embroidered patches and so much more. Our online shop for Honor the Earth proceeds go toward our initiatives to protect sacred lands, stop extreme fossil fuel extraction at the source by supporting frontline Native communities, art and cultural revitalization initiatives. 

Your purchase supports our work.


Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective have graciously with generosity gifted Honor the Earth their amazing artwork to share with the world. Here is their  important initiative that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective

 Nimkii Aazhibikong (pronounced Nim-key Ah-zh-ih-bih-coo-ng) is a place where youth and Elders come to connect to the land, each other and to pass down the language and traditional knowledge to the next generations.

Nimkii Aazhibikong means Village of Thunder Mountain. It’s the name given by Elders to a year-round Ojibway Art, Culture and Language Revitalization Camp being built by a community of youth, Elders and organizers located north of Elliot Lake, Ontario within traditional Anishinaabeg territory.

Nimkii Aazhibikong is an independent Indigenous led camp that is focused on connecting young people with elders for arts and cultural land-based teachings. The camp is an Ojibway language revitalization camp for youth that is working towards producing the next generation of fluent speakers on the land. Guided by elders, it is also a camp for cultural resurgence of sustainable Indigenous practices and restoration of traditional Indigenous land and resource protection and management.

They are not funded by governments or corporations. Our support has come from the grassroots and like minded groups. If you would like to support Nimkii Aazhibikong, we have many ways that you can help:
Check or money order to: Onaman Collective, P.O. Box 215, Cutler, ON, P5E 1K1
Etransfer or Paypal: onamancollective@gmail.com (please make the password “Onaman”)
Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/nimkii-aazhibikong-language-camp
We also have launched several t-shirt campaigns, all are available here: http://onamancollective.com/onaman-collective-t-shirts/

Follow our updates on our Facebook page: Nimkii Aazhibikong

Your purchase supports our work. This screen printing project is part of the Ji Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking.

NEW! Women's Art of Resistance to #StopLine3 Turquoise Dolman Shirt by Isaac Murdoch
30.00

Water Protectors are beautiful, and we love to look amazingly beautiful expressing ourselves. #StopLine3 Art of Resistance by Issac Murdoch:Line 3 is an Enbridge pipeline that ships crude oil from Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin. It spans northern Minnesota, crossing the Leech Lake and Fond du Lac reservations and l855 and l842 treaty areas. Enbridge is proposing new corridor through our watershed and Ojibwe treaty territories, expanding Line 3 into the largest project in Enbridge’s history.  This is a dangerous corridor having been fighting for years to stop Line 3 and protect our future generations.” The MN PUC is set to make a decision soon June 2018 in MN! However, Line 3 is met with passionate deep resistance by First Nations and allies from the start up in Canada through out Turtle Island. Water Protector Cultural camps as acts of resistance has been spread out as the rivers flow where their battle continues. Line 3, Enbridge, Trans Mountain, Kinder Morgan, Bayou Bridge, KXL and more is the belly of the tar sands beast. These are all connected! Wearing these shirt reflects your expression to support and take a stand in the resistance against extreme fossil fuel extractions. Start a conversation; rock your garments! Garment: Dolman means, “a woman’s wrap having wide sleeves cut in one piece with the body of the garment,” style shirt. 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly

COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s beautiful floral “Water Protector,” logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..

Garment: Women's “dolman fit,” ideal shirt in Turquoise, 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly.

COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s beautiful floral “Water Protector,” logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Limited Edition! Art of Resistance to #StopLine3 by Isaac Murdoch
25.00

#StopLine3 Art of Resistance by Issac Murdoch:Line 3 is an Enbridge pipeline that ships crude oil from Alberta to Superior, Wisconsin. It spans northern Minnesota, crossing the Leech Lake and Fond du Lac reservations and l855 and l842 treaty areas. Enbridge is proposing new corridor through our watershed and Ojibwe treaty territories, expanding Line 3 into the largest project in Enbridge’s history.  This is a dangerous corridor having been fighting for years to stop Line 3 and protect our future generations.” The MN PUC is set to make a decision soon June 2018 in MN! However, Line 3 is met with passionate deep resistance by First Nations and allies from the start up in Canada through out Turtle Island. Water Protector Cultural camps as acts of resistance has been spread out as the rivers flow where their battle continues. Line 3, Enbridge, Trans Mountain, Kinder Morgan, Bayou Bridge, KXL and more is the belly of the tar sands beast. These are all connected! Wearing these shirt reflects your expression to support and take a stand in the resistance against extreme fossil fuel extractions. Start a conversation; rock your garments!

  • Crew Neck and VNeck Tee’s are charcoal grey fit unisex - pre-shrunk cotton.

  • Tank Garment: Colorblock Racerback Tank in Black (front), and Red (back). 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Design by Anishinaabe artists Isaac Murdoch, and more. Features Honor The Earth logo on the garment.

Size:
Style:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
NEW! "Water is Sacred" Antique Gold Women's Festival Sleeveless V by Christi Belcourt
30.00

Water is Sacred on a stunning antique gold women’s v sleeveless shirt - Women are water protectors and the gold represents that “lightening - thunderbirds” by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective. From the wild rice lakes of Minnesota to the Klamath River Basin in Southern Oregon and Northern California, Flint Michigan, the Great Lakes, Canadian tar sands, communities across the globe are seeing increased pipeline and other fossil fuel infrastructure development impacting clean water, native land and the climate. Take a stand for the land, and be a water protector.

Changing course away from the dominant, cannibalistic system–choosing the green path–takes courage. “The times mandate that we have courage,” LaDuke added. “The times do not mandate that we sit and debate things endlessly in our islands of political correctness. The times require that we take action and do the right thing.”

LaDuke cited the example of the rising resistance to fossil fuel infrastructure. She participated in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock last year, where pipeline opponents invoked the term “water protector” to describe their position. “I’m very honored to be a water protector,” said Winona LaDuke.

Garment: Women's “relaxed fit,” Festival Sleeveless V 3.5 oz., 65/35 polyester/cotton jersey printed in gorgeous “black shimmer” ink - please wash cold inside out and either low delicate dry or hang dry.

COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s beautiful floral “Water Protector,” logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
NEW ! "Water is Sacred" Two-Tone Blue Women's Racerback Tank by Christi Belcourt
25.00

Water is Sacred by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective. From the wild rice lakes of Minnesota to the Klamath River Basin in Southern Oregon and Northern California, Flint Michigan, the Great Lakes, Canadian tar sands, communities across the globe are seeing increased pipeline and other fossil fuel infrastructure development impacting clean water, native land and the climate. Take a stand for the land, and be a water protector.

Changing course away from the dominant, cannibalistic system–choosing the green path–takes courage. “The times mandate that we have courage,” LaDuke added. “The times do not mandate that we sit and debate things endlessly in our islands of political correctness. The times require that we take action and do the right thing.”

LaDuke cited the example of the rising resistance to fossil fuel infrastructure. She participated in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock last year, where pipeline opponents invoked the term “water protector” to describe their position. “I’m very honored to be a water protector,” said Winona LaDuke.

GarmentColorblock Racerback Tank in Turquoise (front), and Black (back). 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly

COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s beautiful floral “Water Protector,” logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
NEW! "Water is Sacred" Unisex Short Sleeve Jersey Tee Christi Belcourt
30.00

Water is Sacred on a stunning antique gold women’s v sleeveless shirt by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective. From the wild rice lakes of Minnesota to the Klamath River Basin in Southern Oregon and Northern California, Flint Michigan, the Great Lakes, Canadian tar sands, communities across the globe are seeing increased pipeline and other fossil fuel infrastructure development impacting clean water, native land and the climate. Take a stand for the land, and be a water protector. NOTE We are currently ordering and producing more … check back by October 5th 2018.

Changing course away from the dominant, cannibalistic system–choosing the green path–takes courage. “The times mandate that we have courage,” LaDuke added. “The times do not mandate that we sit and debate things endlessly in our islands of political correctness. The times require that we take action and do the right thing.”

LaDuke cited the example of the rising resistance to fossil fuel infrastructure. She participated in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock last year, where pipeline opponents invoked the term “water protector” to describe their position. “I’m very honored to be a water protector,” said Winona LaDuke.

Garment: Heather Navy color 4.2 oz., 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton - garment is very soft and comfortable.

COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
NEW! "Water is Sacred" Men's Muscle Tank or Tank Top Christi Belcourt
30.00

Water is Sacred on a stunning antique gold women’s v sleeveless shirt by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective. From the wild rice lakes of Minnesota to the Klamath River Basin in Southern Oregon and Northern California, Flint Michigan, the Great Lakes, Canadian tar sands, communities across the globe are seeing increased pipeline and other fossil fuel infrastructure development impacting clean water, native land and the climate. Take a stand for the land, and be a water protector.

Changing course away from the dominant, cannibalistic system–choosing the green path–takes courage. “The times mandate that we have courage,” LaDuke added. “The times do not mandate that we sit and debate things endlessly in our islands of political correctness. The times require that we take action and do the right thing.”

LaDuke cited the example of the rising resistance to fossil fuel infrastructure. She participated in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock last year, where pipeline opponents invoked the term “water protector” to describe their position. “I’m very honored to be a water protector,” said Winona LaDuke.

Garment: Antique black prewashed Heavyweight Ringspun Tank Top 6.1 oz., 100% ringspun cotton or Sleeveless Muscle tank shirt 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly.

COMMUNITY SCREEN PRINTING: We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Artwork by Christ Belcourt with Isaac Murdoch of the Onaman Collective, featuring Christi Belcourt's "Heart with a Fist" Water Protector image. . Here is an important initiative called that Honor the Earth supports: NIMKII AAZHIBIKONG Collective. Garment also features Honor The Earth’s logo on the garment designed by LittleRedfeather..

Size:
Style:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Long Sleeve Baby "Defend the Sacred" Bodysuit
18.00

This is a great everyday item for the little bundle of joy in your life. It’s ultra-durable  and will stand up to whatever your baby can dish out. 

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory).

Makes a great gift for the new addition in any family.
100% cotton 1X1 baby rib knit | Fabric weight: 4.5 oz
Pre-washed for superior softness and minimal shrinkage
Envelope neck and 3-snap leg closure allow for easy dressing

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Toddler + Youth Defend the Sacred TShirts - Rock the Lands!
18.00

Official Defend the Sacred design to show our support and solidarity with our Lands and Water Protectors. Rock the lands with Honor the Earth to defend the sacred. Honor the Babies! This is part of our Ji Misawaabandaaming - youth and community building: art, culture, and screen printing project here in Pine Point (White Earth Reservation)

Garment is unisex sizing: Toddler and Youth Premium Jersey Tshirt, 5.5 oz., 100% combed ringspun cotton jersey.

Design by Sarah LittleRedfeather Design. Features Honor The Earth logo and design in the front. Photos are of the “Greybuffalo,” family in Sisseton, SD - Dakota relatives.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Honor the Baby with Mother Otter
18.00

Honor the Baby and love our water celebrating our Mothers, daughters and grandmothers. This design celebrates our Mothers, daughters, grandmothers and babies through our adorable "Nigig" otters we have in our Anishinaabe territory in northern Minnesota who carry sacred medicines from the water. 

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory).

We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Design by native artists Anthony Sul, and more. Features Honor The Earth logo on the garment.

Size:
Color:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Toddler + Youth Red Love Water Not Oil TShirts - Rock the Lands!
18.00

Official Honor the Earth’s “Love Water Not Oil,’ thunderbird design to show our support and solidarity for our Water Protectors. Honor the Babies! This is part of our Ji Misawaabandaaming - youth and community building: art, culture, and screen printing project here in Pine Point (White Earth Reservation)

Garment is unisex sizing: Toddler and Youth Premium Jersey Tshirt, 5.5 oz., 100% combed ringspun cotton jersey.

Design by Sarah LittleRedfeather Design. Features Honor The Earth logo on back. Photos are of the “Greybuffalo,” family in Sisseton, SD - Dakota relatives.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
New this Summer Season! Mother Otters: Women Water Protectors
25.00

Honor the Baby and love our water celebrating our Mothers, daughters and grandmothers. This design celebrates our Mothers, daughters, grandmothers and babies through our adorable "Nigig" otters we have in our Anishinaabe territory in northern Minnesota who carry sacred medicines from the water. 

GarmentColorblock Racerback Tank in Lilac Pink (front), and Heather Grey (back). 4.0 oz., 60/40 combed ring-spun cotton/poly

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our youth and community project at Pine Point: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory). We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Design by native artists Anthony Sul, and more. Features Honor The Earth logo on the garment.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Honor the Baby and Our Mother Water Protectors
25.00

Honor the Baby and love our water celebrating our Mothers, daughters and grandmothers. This design celebrates our Mothers, daughters, grandmothers and babies through our adorable "Nigig" otters we have in our Anishinaabe territory in northern Minnesota who carry sacred medicines from the water. 

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory).

We love our otters as we do our mothers and baby water protectors!

Garment: Triblend Deep Scoop Half-Sleeve T-Shirt. 4.7 oz., preshrunk 50% polyester, 25% combed ringspun cotton, 25% rayon; 30 singles; semi-fitted silhouette, half-sleeve & curved bottom hem.

Design by native artists Anthony Sul, and more. Features Honor The Earth logo on the garment.

Size:
Color:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

#LoveWaterNotOil Thunderbird Contrast Sleeves Zipup Hoodie
55.00 65.00

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory).  

Garment: Gunmetal Heather/ Black color. 4.5 oz., 60/40 cotton/polyester with 100% cotton sleeves. Shipping out starting Dec. 1st. 

Design by Ashley Fairbanks and LittleRedfeatherDesign. Features Honor The Earth logo on the left sleeve.

Color:
Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
#LoveWaterNotOil Thunderbird Unisex Tri-Blend Three-Quarter Sleeve Baseball Raglan Tee
30.00

We Love our Water, and Manoomin (Wild Rice), not their dirty oil for Water is Life (Nibi Bimaadiziwin). Garment has hand painted elements added and screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory).  Shipping out starting Dec. 1st

Garment: Fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage, 4.3 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed ring spun cotton/rayon with extreme softness. 

esign by Ashley Fairbanks and LittleRedfeatherDesign. Features Honor The Earth logo on the back.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

We Are Protectors = Not Protesters Hoodies Rojo Cardenal Zipup Hoodie
60.00 65.00

We Are Protectors ... Not Protesters to defend our lands, and water. Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point and Round Lake (White Earth territory).  Shipping out starting Dec. 1st. 

Garment: Baja Stripe French Terry Hooded Full-Zip Sweatshirt.  8.0 oz., 80/20 cotton/polyester. Stripes on the inside of the silhouette and hood

Design updated by native artists. Features Honor The Earth logo on left sleeve.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Protectors Not Protestors Unisex Tri-Blend Three-Quarter Sleeve Baseball Raglan Tee
30.00

We Love our Water and Lands why we are "protectors not protestors." Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory).  Shipping out starting Dec. 1st

Garment: Fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage, 4.3 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed ring spun cotton/rayon with extreme softness. 

Design by native artists. Features Honor The Earth logo on the garment.

Color:
Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Soon our racks will be full - Honor the Earth NEW COLLECTION! In the making an exclusive line of Burnside Quilted Plaid Jackets AND Varsity Hooded Full-Zip Sweatshirt for Honor the Earth this year - our “Protectors Not Protesters,” AND "Love Water Not Oil - Thunderbird," Design screen printed on the back in silver sold with hand beaded embroidered patches made here at Pine Point and Round Lake.

Every jacket will be different. The beadwork will be unique per patch with choices of patch design pre-beaded and sewn on the left arm for you.

Custom Limited Edition: Protectors Not Protestors Burnside Plaid Jacket
125.00

LIMITED EDITION Honor the Earth NEW COLLECTION! In the making an exclusive line of Burnside Quilted Plaid jackets for Honor the Earth this year - our “Protectors Not Protesters,” Design screen printed on the back in silver sold with hand beaded embroidered patches made here at Pine Point/Ponsford. Every jacket will be different (beadwork will be unique per patch with choices of patch Design pre-beaded). Chosen patch will be sewn on for you and ready to wear. 

We Love our Water and Lands why we are "protectors not protestors." Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory). 

ORDER INSTRUCTIONS

  • Fill out the order form, and remember to select which patch design of your choice in the order form. 
  • Shipping out starting in mid-December (or later), and will communicate when items are ready for shipment. Please order separately from other products. This is a new project, so please be patient with us and the native artists beading. Miigwech

Garment: 4.1 oz., 100% cotton flannel shell. 55/45 cotton/polyester quilted nylon lining. Button closures with two chest pockets with hook and loop closure and side entry pockets.

Design by native artists INCLUDING Jackie Fawn, Anthony Sul and more. Features Honor The Earth's beaded 4x4 embroidered patches.

Size:
Quantity:
PRE ORDER
Custom Limited Edition: LWNO Thunderbird Varsity Hooded Full-Zip Sweatshirt
125.00

LIMITED EDITION Honor the Earth NEW COLLECTION! In the making an exclusive line of Unisex Varsity Hooded Full-Zip Sweatshirt for Honor the Earth this year - our “Love Water Not Oil - Thunderbird,” Design screen printed on the back in silver sold with hand beaded embroidered patches made here at Pine Point/Ponsford. Every jacket will be different (beadwork will be unique per patch with choices of patch Design pre-beaded). Chosen patch will be sewn on for you and ready to wear. 

We Love our Water and Lands not oil why we are "protectors not protestors." Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory). 

ORDER INSTRUCTIONS

  • Fill out the order form, and remember to select which patch design of your choice in the order form. 
  • Shipping out starting in mid-December (or later), and will communicate when items are ready for shipment. Please order separately from other products. This is a new project, so please be patient with us and the native artists beading. Miigwech

Garment: 10.0 oz., 80/20 cotton/polyester. YKK nylon kissing zipper and side entry pockets.

Design by native artists INCLUDING Jackie Fawn, Anthony Sul and more. Features Honor The Earth's beaded 4x4 embroidered patches.

Size:
Quantity:
PRE ORDER

Limited Edition: LWNO Thunderbird Varsity Hooded Full-Zip Sweatshirt
85.00

LIMITED EDITION Honor the Earth NEW COLLECTION! In the making an exclusive line of Unisex Varsity Hooded Full-Zip Sweatshirt for Honor the Earth this year - our “Love Water Not Oil - Thunderbird,” Design screen printed on the back in silver sold with embroidered patches. Chose the patch design of your liking. 

We Love our Water and Lands not oil why we are "protectors not protestors." Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory). 

ORDER INSTRUCTIONS

  • Fill out the order form, and remember to select which patch design of your choice in the order form. 

Garment: 10.0 oz., 80/20 cotton/polyester. YKK nylon kissing zipper and side entry pockets.

Design by native artists INCLUDING Jackie Fawn, Anthony Sul and more. Features Honor The Earth's 4x4 embroidered patches.

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Limited Edition: Custom Beaded Water Protector patches by Native Artists
38.00

LIMITED EDITION Honor the Earth NEW COLLECTION for Water Protectors! In the making an exclusive line of custom "Water Protector," beaded patches for Honor the Earth. Each and every beaded patch is unique; not one is the same which is each every one you purchase is special. The artists have their own style, and inspirations every time they bead. This is also part of our Ji Misawaabandaaming: Youth and Community Cultural Art project.

Designs by native artists INCLUDING Jackie Fawn, Anthony Sul and more. Features Honor The Earth's 4x4 embroidered patches exclusively hand beaded by Anishinaabe women here in Pine Point, also coming from Minneapolis Anishinaabe communities. Beading Anishinaabe artists include: Nona Wade, Joyce and Rhonda Norcross, Hannah Smith and more.

We Love our Water and Lands why we are "protectors not protestors." Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory). 

Design:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Limited Edition: Custom Beaded Water Protector patches by Native Artists
38.00

LIMITED EDITION Honor the Earth NEW COLLECTION for Water Protectors! In the making an exclusive line of custom "Water Protector," beaded patches for Honor the Earth. Each and every beaded patch is unique; not one is the same which is each every one you purchase is special. The artists have their own style, and inspirations every time they bead. This is also part of our Ji Misawaabandaaming: Youth and Community Cultural Art project.

Designs by native artists INCLUDING Jackie Fawn, Anthony Sul and more. Features Honor The Earth's 4x4 embroidered patches exclusively hand beaded by Anishinaabe women here in Pine Point, also coming from Minneapolis Anishinaabe communities. Beading Anishinaabe artists include: Nona Wade, Joyce and Rhonda Norcross, Hannah Smith and more.

We Love our Water and Lands why we are "protectors not protestors." Garment screen printed is part of our project: Jio Misawaabandaaming; how we envision our future, is a worldview of positive thinking. Creating: ‘mino bimaatiziiwin,’ a good life, here at Pine Point  and Round Lake (White Earth territory). 

Design:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
  Custom hand beaded Hemp hats and bags beaded by Anishinaabe artists from Pine Point, White Earth, Leech Lake and more ... coming soon !

Custom hand beaded Hemp hats and bags beaded by Anishinaabe artists from Pine Point, White Earth, Leech Lake and more ... coming soon !


StopLine3 Ladies ECO black Maniac Sweatshirt
50.00 60.00

Water Protectors Thunderbird, "Stop Line 3," ECO black Maniac Sweatshirt "No Mines ... No Pipelines ... Honor the Earth," printed on the back. Artwork hand-drawn by California Native, Anthony Sul and printed at White Earth Reservation (Pine Point) area in Ponsford, MN.

Garment Description: Low-impact yarn-dyed washed fabrication, you will never get disappointed. While the contemporary fit cut allows you look pretty and gorgeous all the time whether at work or just having relaxed. 30's 50% polyester, 46% cotton, 4% rayon Polyester is 6.25% recycled and cotton is 6.25% organic Low-impact yarn-dyed fabric washed Regular fit Raw-edge, off-the-shoulder neckline Front kangaroo pocket.

Size:
Color:
Add To Cart
Stop Line 3 Tanks - Made in the front lines "Limited Edition"
20.00 25.00

Honor the Earth is growing! Bringing screen printing operations to White Earth. Let's create jobs, not new pipelines, "Stop Line 3.".

Designed by amazing indigenous artist, Anthony Sul, hand drawn and screen printed in the front lines of the Anishinaabeg territory. We are still training our people and every garment is different; just perfect.

Garment: Black frost in color - A heathered tank that’s the perfect mixture of softness, comfort and easy wear. 4.5-ounce, 50/25/25 poly/ring spun cotton/rayon

Size:
Quantity:
Add To Cart
StopLine3 Ladies Perfect Weight 3/4-Sleeve Tee
25.00 30.00

Water Protectors Thunderbird, "Stop Line 3," Tri-Blend Lace 3/4-Sleeve Tee T Shirt "No Mines ... No Pipelines ... Honor the Earth," printed on the back. Artwork hand-drawn by California Native, Anthony Sul and printed at White Earth Reservation (Pine Point) area in Ponsford, MN.

Garment Description: An effortless, perfect tee for everyday wear. 4.3-ounce, 100% ring spun combed cotton. Lace insets down the shoulders and arms add a feminine touch to this heathered tee

Size:
Color:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Donate

We are extremely grateful for your support.  You make this movement possible!

We rely on your donations to sustain and grow our efforts to build a just, green economy in Native communities. Your contribution directly supports targeted organizing, strategic outreach, media and education campaigns, legal interventions, and renewable energy projects. We are up against some of the largest energy corporations and lobby groups in the world and we need your help to make real change!

If you prefer to donate by mail please make your check payable to “Honor the Earth” and send to:

Honor the Earth
PO Box 63
Callaway MN 56521

If you do want to donate online but your donation is larger than $2,000, please call our office at (218) 375-3200. Miigwech!

You can learn more at honorearth.org

TO BECOME A SUSTAINING MEMBER OF OUR MOVEMENT BY PLEDGING A MONTHLY CONTRIBUTION, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Honor the Earth Gift Card: Celebrates Protecting the Earth
from 25.00

Gift Cards that Celebrates in Protecting the Earth. Profit proceeds Honor the Earth, and our work.

Purchasing this digital gift card creates a unique code. The gift card recipient can enter this code at checkout to subtract the gift card value from their order total.

This gift card is nonrefundable and never expires.

Value:
Send Your Gift

Questions about the Merchandise? Contact us below


We continue to strive on protecting the earth and water. We are currently seeking out organic / eco ink dyes, and clothing. If you are a vendor who would like to support this project, please contact us.

Name *
Name