The Lakota Sundance Season

The Lakota Sundance Season

Posted on July 18, 2018 by

As we move pass the height of the summer solstice, we are welcoming our sisters and brothers who come for the Sundance. A ritual that is steeped in Native American belief, used to heal the People, the Earth and to ask for guidance from our dearly departed ancestors. The sacrifices made and the prayers said are not f...

Native American Historical Events: July 2018

Native American Historical Events: July 2018

Posted on July 03, 2018 by

Things really heat up on the Prairie during July, if we don't get enough rain, crops will burn, too much rain and crops will suffer as well. Even the folks who raise livestock are dependent on the environment. We are dependent on each other to survive all natural disasters, and hopefully we've learned our lessons from history and do n...

Prairie Edge is Heating Up!

Prairie Edge is Heating Up!

Posted on June 12, 2018 by

From Sioux Trading Post: This crew has worked hard to bring the best botanicals and craft supplies for all your needs and here is their message, Greeting from the Sioux Trading Post! Our sale for the Month of June is Rhines...

Growing Season

Growing Season

Posted on June 01, 2018 by

Hello everyone. We are excited for the growing season. So far, we've had a good amount of rain and the sun is heating things up. Flowers are blooming and that means fruit for those folks who like to pick Wild Plums, Choke Cherries or Tinpsila. I've seen some posts of folks who are on the hunt for ...

Something New From Something Old 2018

Something New From Something Old 2018

Posted on May 18, 2018 by

Hello everyone! We are excited to announce our big change for 2018, we are merging our two web-sites, www.prairieedge.com and www.siouxtrading.com. We are trying to stream line the ordering experience from our web-sites, so by combining t...

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