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Your purchases help support leadership, prevention and entrepreneurship for Lakota Youth!


Sweetgrass braids

Authentic sweetgrass braids are harvested from sweetgrasss grown on the Rosebud reservation.


12" length___$7 + s/h


10" length___$5 + s/h

Our sweetgrass braids are currently out of season, but please contact us if you would like to reserve one for next spring!

Pure - Raw Honey produced by Lakota Youth!

Squeeze bottle

One pint (1.5 lbs)

One quart (3 lbs.)

2 oz Bottle.

Our honey and other beeswax products are produced in South Dakota by Lakota Youth society members. These young and promising entrepreneurs share many responsibilities from raising and caring for the bees to producing and manufacturing of the final product. 

This project not only motivates the Native American youth, it also nurtures the community and local environment.


It is a way to help Grandmother Earth through developing the bee population in South Dakota and helping our plant nations to survive & thrive!

Order your Lakota Honey Lodge products today!

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Authentic, hand-made parfleche ornaments 

$ 12.99+s/h


Hand-made by our youth, these ornaments reflect the importance of horses to the Sioux culture.  With the release of the horse to the Americas, this single event transformed the livelihood of the indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere.


According to our own Waniyetu Wowapi "Winter Count” In 1709 -1710, the Dakota captured a horse from the Umonhon people. This horse had its tail wrapped in red material and had eagle feathers hanging down off its tail. This was the first time we have seen this four legged relative. The name Ta Sunka Wakan, "sacred dog", was bestowed upon this relative- its name explaining, describing, and acknowledging this four legged relative.


The Lakota created horse designs explaining what had happened outside of the village. The symbols were painted on the horses by dipping ones finger into a vegetable-dye, natural paint pigment combined with a buffalo/bear fat mixture.

Lakota Youth Development Grocery Bags - $20 + s/h

Lakota Youth Development Stickers! - $3

Show your love and support for Lakota Youth Development with our stylish and large grocery bags. These are perfect for trips to the grocery store, farmers' markets, picnics, the beach and many more activities!

Show your support for Lakota Youth Development by styling your laptop, car window, and/or water bottle for our new sticker!

SPECIAL OFFER! Signed Joseph M. Marshall lll Books - $30 + s/h

LIMITED BOOKS AVAILABLE! So make sure you get your signed copy of In the Footsteps of Crazy Horse and/or The Lakota Way today!

Joseph M. Marshall lll is an Bestselling Author and centers Lakota stories, culture and traditions in all of his work. We are pleasured and honored to have him serve as our Board of Directors President. 


Each of these books are perfect for young readers and adults. A perfect way to start off your summer reading list! So don't miss the chance to get your signed copy and support Lakota youth in the process.  

Contact Us

office : (605) 654-2050


Mail: Box 277

Herrick, SD 57538-0277


Office Location​​​​​​:

30122  352nd Ave

Herrick, SD 57538-0277

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Lakota Youth Development (aka Native American Advocacy Program) is a 501(c)3 Native non-profit organization.  Contributions are deductable as allowable by IRS law.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.