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Announcement    Sage & Oats Trading Post is a Native owned, brick and mortar boutique retail shop in downtown Helena, Montana offering Intertribal gifts which celebrate our diversity. Thanks for shopping Native made and Native owned.
Nea’ese, Major (Northern Cheyenne) & Michelle


Last updated on Dec 29, 2022

Sage & Oats Trading Post is a Native owned, brick and mortar boutique retail shop in downtown Helena, Montana offering Intertribal gifts which celebrate our diversity. Thanks for shopping Native made and Native owned.
Nea’ese, Major (Northern Cheyenne) & Michelle


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About SageAndOats

Sales 11,366
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Why Shop Sage & Oats?

Production partners

  • 49 Dzine

    Calgary, AB

    49 Dzine is a native-owned textile company based within the Blackfoot Confederacy. Their stunning designs make excellent choices for quilting, fashion, and other crafts.

  • 7th Generation

    Summertown, TN

    7th Generation is an imprint of Book Publishing Company, a community-owned, independent press dedicated to publishing titles that promote a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.

  • A Wild Soap Bar

    Manor, TX

    AWSB introduced their line of soaps since they reflect our mission of organic, natural, native plants.

  • Becky’s Berries

    Absarokee, MT

    Producer of various flavored jams, jellies, and syrups.

  • Big Sky Printwear

    Helena, MT

    Big Sky Printwear has the equipment to produce our exclusive logo on shirts. Made locally.

  • Bill Helin

    BC, Canada

    Bill Helin is a Canadian artist, illustrator, jewelry designer engraver, writer, tourism and branding expert, drumming specialist, singing and verbal storyteller; and logo and gift product designer in the Northwest Coast style and a member of the Tsimshian First Nation.

  • Bow & Arrow Brand

    Towaoc, CO

    Bow & Arrow has been proudly producing high quality goods at the base of Sleeping Ute Mountain since 1962.

  • Chalet Market

    Belgrade, MT

    The process the elk and bison meat into jerky and meat sticks

  • Coyote & Crow Games

    Seattle, WA

    Coyote & Crow Games is a tabletop game publisher dedicated to bringing fantastic games to your table while also raising the voices, ideas, perspectives, and imagination of Indigenous creatives throughout the game industry.

  • Crystal Arrow


    We are an authorized reseller of all Crystal Arrow towels, beautifully crafted by 4th generation Czech loomer.

  • Flag Matrix

    Brampton, ON

    Flag Matrix produces beautiful Native-designed products ranging from home goods to clothing.

  • Haípažaža Phežúta

    Pullman, WA

    Haípažaža phežúta means “medicine soap” in the Lakota language. These soaps are made by a Lakota & Dakota family.

  • Indigenous Collection


    Working in partnership to deliver quality Native made products in the US.

  • Kogi Ceramics


    Makers of Kogi bowls.

  • Mountain Moon Handbag

    Townsend, MT

    Sage & Oats is honored to carry the works of Heather at Mountain Moon handbags. Heather attends numerous craft shows & farmers markets throughout the state of Montana and provides our retail shop with exclusive products for folks to buy year round.

  • MouseRugs

    Fort Collins, CO

    MouseRugs and CoasterRugs feature beautiful images, intricate details, and plush functional surfaces that last practically forever. They are a unique way to decorate and personalize your home or office and make perfect gifts. Rug products are made in the USA from the highest quality materials.

  • Native Earth Seasonings

    MT, United States

    Whether looking for a meat rub or herbs to mix in a dip, Native Earth Seasonings uses finest ingredients to make your tastebuds burst, just by smell alone. Currently we hold 4 flavors of seasonings. Check in our store for more choices.

  • Native Northwest


    The apparel productions with Indigenous Collections. Further inspiring native artist to showcase works on different mediums.

  • Native Teaching Aids

    Missoula, MT

    The production partner resides in St. Ignatius, Montana and provides teaching aids/tools to nonprofits and education facilities. We are the only shop in Helena to carry the game as we are a direct conduit to Indian Education for All (state mandate) and our Native nonprofits.

  • Nila Dolls


    We've worked with Nila Dolss to craft her adorable rag doll bodies that we outfit with traditional native clothing.

  • Ramona Farms

    Sacaton, AZ

    Ramona Farms shares centuries-old farming and culinary traditions from the Gila River Reservation.

  • Sakari Farms

    Bend, OR

    We source these native bath products from the wonderful, mission-driven folks at Sakari Botanicals (Chugach + Valdez owned) in Bend, Oregon.

  • SD Nelson

    ND, United States

    SD Nelson is an author, illustrator, and member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe.

  • Sean Sherman

    Minneapolis, MN

    Sean grew up on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. As friends of the Family, we are thrilled to carry his break out book, helping indigenous people rediscover how their ancestors once dined on a healthy diet of foraged and hunted foods.

  • Studio B Soapworks

    Anaconda, MT

    There are limited Native themed soaps on the market. We work with Brenda of Studio B to custom make exclusive soaps for our store. These are not sold anywhere else. She does the manufacturing, but we have the rights.

  • Sushi Booties

    Prineville, OR

    Sushi Booties and Oregon Wool Traders create beautiful, functional baby booties in adorable patterns.

  • Teton Trade Cloth by Lenape

    Bartlesville, OK

    Teton Trade Cloth by Lenape produces high quality materials and good for indigenous communities to use in the creation and preservation of their material and ceremonial culture. 100% owned and operated by the Lenape Tribe of Delaware Indians.

  • Texas Poster

    Weatherford, TX

    Texas Poster finds archival images, researches their origins, and prints them into beautiful, high quality posters. We worked with them to bring Montana history to your home!

  • The Montana Homestead Emporium

    Kalispell, MT

    Major worked with Amy of the Montana Homestead Emporium to design a native scented line of candles exclusive to Sage & Oats. Can not be purchased anywhere else.

  • the NTVS

    Osseo, MN

    We are fortunate to work directly with the creative powerhouse, The NTVS, and carry their wares.

  • Universal Ironworks

    Prescott, AZ

    Universal Ironworks is a small ironworks in Prescott, AZ.

  • Violet Rose Welding

    Bozeman, MT

    An up and coming female welder, Violet Rose features her handcrafted items at Sage & Oats.

Shop policies

Last updated on Sep 19, 2021


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Cancellations: not accepted

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More information

Last updated on May 11, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalized orders

At this time, we do not offer customized or personalized orders. If you select an item from our drop down menu, we will send you that item. Please do not request color modifications, etc. via message. We will no longer cancel/refund orders that select the item and then request modifications. The item you selected will be shipped and you will be charged for that item.

Gift wrapping and packaging

We can gift wrap an item at a modest cost. Please indicate gift wrap at time of purchase.

Care instructions

If you purchase a fleece blanket from our shop, please note these are machine washable. We recommend a cold cycle to start for maintaing vibrant colors. We also recommend a low cycle on the dryer.
We include care instructions on all item listings that require special handling.

Sizing details

Uncertain of dimensions, ask before you purchase. This is especially important to ensure medallion strands will fit over your head, musical instruments are the right size for use, and to prevent requests for return.

We will no longer accept returns on musical instruments, such as the flutes, hand drums, native rattles or drums. These items are carefully packaged to ensure the integrity of the craftmanship is intact and the buyer receives a quality, affordable piece. Contact me immediately if the item arrives damaged from shipping.

Returns During time of COVID

We will not accept returns of wind instruments (flutes) due to concerns over hygiene. The nature of a wind instrument is that the player will put his/her mouth on the instrument. All sales of flutes are final. Please feel free to ask questions about size, pitch, tone, etc before placing an order.

During this time of COVID we cannot accept returns on blankets, apparel, socks, hats, stuffed animals, jewelry or body salves/lotions/soaps, etc.

Please contact us immediately if your item arrives broken to discuss exchange/replacement options.

First class domestic Shipping

Unless you pay for priority shipping, we will be unable to guarantee arrival of items. We will also not refund purchases that don't arrive, if you elect to not insure or ship priority mail.

Online sales have picked up and the postal service says to allow for more time. First class packages have taken a "back-seat" to priority and often end up in postal distribution centers longer than projected.

We've seen this trend since the holiday shipping trend of 2020 and it continues into 2021 with weather and other related delays.

Accidental Purchases Asking for Return

In short, shop owners are assessed fees for every transaction that occurs. We will no longer process returns for an accidental purchase. Please be mindful of completing your transaction. If possible, we may be able to do an exchange, but we will no longer grant a refund.

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