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Recreate Respectfully: Do Good While Enjoying The Great Outdoors

It’s easy to support Native lands! You can have fun while you recreate respectfully, acknowledge Native voices and traditions, and find meaning in ...

The Symbolism behind Eighth Generation's Native-Designed Enamel Pins

Eighth Generation’s enamel pins are a great way to complete your look, spread good vibes, or Indigenize your wardrobe while celebrating traditional...

Cultural Appropriation vs. Cultural Appreciation: How to Make Sure You’re on the Right Side

Our world is wrought with social, ethical, and cultural pitfalls that can cause deep rifts in our communities. The sharp contrast between cultural ...

The Good Life: A Blanket for Food Rights, Traditional Ways, and Living a Good Life

Our Good Life Gold Label Throw Blanket shares this story of good life. On a lake of navy blue accented in shades of brighter blue and white, our Go...

How to Ethically Purchase Native American Jewelry

How to Ethically Purchase Native American Jewelry for Your Family  The community of skilled Native American artists across the country create vibra...

Behind the Scenes at an Eighth Generation Photoshoot 

Photoshoots are a big deal at Eighth Generation! Of course, we need high quality lifestyle photos to show off our products, but what’s most excitin...

Father's Day Gift Guide

There's no better time than Father's Day to let dads and father figures know how much we appreciate all they do. Show your dad some love with an in...

Announcing our 2021 People's Choice Wool Blanket Design Contest Winner!

In 2021, we embarked on this creative journey once again, but this time greatly expanded so we could work with as many artists as possible. Our 202...

Announcing the Winner of our 2021 Elder Wool Blanket Design Contest

In 2021, we added two new categories to our Wool Blanket Design Contest. Joining our People’s Choice category this year was our Warrior category, h...

Chief Seattle Club—Housing for Good in Seattle

One organization that has taken unprecedented steps towards ending Native houselessness in Seattle is Chief Seattle Club (CSC). Founded in 1970 wit...

Announcing the Winners of our 2021 Inspired Natives Award

One of our favorite ways to support and uplift our Native artist community is through our Inspired Natives™ Awards. Each year, we award funding to ...

The Journey from Paddle to Pendant

It was an important moment to me when Louie Gong (Nooksack) asked if I (Tlingit) would be interested in helping him design a paddle earring and nec...