We have started to rebuilt the Trees for Natural Harvesting. Each tree has it's own name and purpose. Pine , Birch , Maple, Hazelnut, Acorn, Citrus , Fruit trees, and not limited to the Traditional Trees that are Native to our lands. Let alone to repopulate the necessary trees to promote water reproduction, air quality and to help stop soil from eroding. Which in turn helps the whole Eco system. Everything has a purpose.
Redesigning our location, redesigned our thought process of what a community store really should be. No more junk food and candy. We have to do this for our health and for the support of a healthy food supply for the Oyate'.
Pollinators are the best way to insure the future quality of the food. Ask us we care about our future generations water and food supply and our quality of life.
Watch out for our new traditional take out menu.
Natural nourishment from grandmother earth. Good things come to those who wait .
The proof is in the watacha' . Each day , a new way.
Four seasons : Waniyetu' -winter . Ska' white. Wetun-spring . Tho' green . Bloketu' -summer. Sha' -red. Ptayetu'-fall. Zi'-Yellow . Watch as our product grows.
We are with the grace of our creator and the blessing for what our mother earth provides. Watch as we grow.
Greetings Relatives, What's up relatives?
All of our food is Non GMO certified and has been regrown for the last five years. We have started a new food supply. And have rewritten the meaning of a green house and a feeder nursery. lakota traditional foods
Certified Bees on their way. Watch as our natural products grow. All Natural fed and raised. Our goal is to have the purest honey.
We are specializing in exotic chickens and eggs. All certified grain fed and natural products from them.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
1081 BIA 33 Manderson, SD 57756
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