70% of Canada's endangered and at-risk species call the Carolinian Forest home. With the remnants of southern Ontario's pristine woodlands in Six Nations of the Grand River, Walpole Island First Nation and Algonquin Provincial Park; it is largely Ontario's Indigenous communities that are safeguarding the future of much of Canada's sensitive biodiversity.
These studs representing three trees are sterling silver and proudly made in Six Nations of the Grand River.
Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant & Yonenyà:kenht Jesse Brant, are proud Mohawk Turtle clan women born & raised in Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. At Sapling & Flint, their designs are "conversation pieces that share the story of Turtle Island". They are proud to keep their business Indigenous and local, partnering with Indigenous and Canadian business in the manufacturing processes.
Since their inception, an annual portion of profits have gone to cultural revitalization projects in the Six Nations community, including Haudenosaunee language immersion programs, longhouse building projects, and supporting youth to attend world class Lacrosse tournaments, the North American Indigenous Games, and cultural programs.