This 400th anniversary campaign, carried out throughout 2013, is finished. The work to honor treaties with Native Nations and protect the Earth continues. Learn more, or join in that work: contact the Onondaga Nation, Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation, Neetopk Keetopk (Hudson Valley), Onondaga Canoe and Kayak Club or Two Row Paddle down the Grand (2016).

Berry Spoon Benefit Auction


Native carver Rick Trevena donated this beautiful handcarved berry spoon to benefit the Two Row Campaign. You can bid on it, or share it with others here. The auction ends on May 15 at 5 pm EST.

The beaver represents building of bridges.  The Beaver Clan were responsible for the ceremonies attributed to the raising of poles and building of longhouses. The berry spoon itself, when given is a gesture of prayers going to a person or group so they might have plenty, so they want for nothing in there house or family.  The beaver is mid coast design and is a miniature of a pole that will be constructed this year some time.