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).

Two Row Merchandise from Syracuse Cultural Workers


You can now purchase great products from Syracuse Cultural Workers and benefit the Two Row Campaign!

You can purchase the materials above from the Two Row Campaign at events or via the internet or phone (800.949.5139) from Syracuse Cultural WorkersIf you purchase online or via the phone from Cultural Workers, please mention “Two Row” with your order and the campaign will receive a share of the proceeds from your purchase.  You can download the promo flier here. While you’re at their site, check out some of their other great products related to peace, social justice and environmental protection.

Syracuse Cultural Workers, a progressive publisher based in Syracuse, was an early co-sponsor of the Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign. They published a piece on the Two Row in their 2013 Calendar (April) and worked with us to create the How to be An Ally to Indigenous Peoples poster and bookmark. Several years ago they created the beautiful fold down “Greetings and Thanks,” a summary of the traditional Thanksgiving Address developed on consultation with Onondaga leaders.