In Montana we take the concept of "authenticity" seriously. The word authentic means of undisputed origin...and that is what the Native American Made in Montana logo signifies.
For a product to bear the logo, it must have been made in the state by a registered member of one of the eight tribal nations that call Montana home.
You may be surprised at the wide variety of products that are made by Montana's native people.
Nine percent of Montana’s land base is “Indian Country,” and you are cordially invited to visit these beautiful cultural places. Check out the VisitMT.com website for more information.
Remember, no matter where you are in the United States when buying arts and crafts, please ensure that your purchase was, in fact, made by an American Indian artist.
Always buy from reputable sources and places. If it is marketed as "American Indian," it must be made by an enrolled member of a federal or state recognized tribe.
If not, it is a violation of the Federal Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, which was enacted to curtail exploitation of tribal artists and art forms.
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