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 Welcome to Cedar Root Marketplace – a shopping experience created to support local businesses.

The beautiful PNW coastal land is home to the Quinault Indian Nation, a scenic and remote hidden gem among the rainforest. Makers from this region create beautiful and unique gifts to share and our project here is to bring them to you online through the Cedar Root Marketplace.

100% of profits from each sale go directly to each artist and maker, many of whom have also had the opportunity to build their business through the Cedar Root Business training program, a project of the Taala Fund.


Wood Wolf Night Light


Create a warm glow with this wolf howling at the night sky, lit with colored laser etched acrylic behind cut natural wood rounds. Traditional night light plugs into a 2 prong wall outlet and can be turned on and off with a switch on the front.

Available in Green or Blue.

Forest Wolf Cut Wall Decor


Hang this beautiful scroll saw cut wolf and moon landscape design on your wall.

Made from PNW wood with raw and natural edge.

Happy Place Wood Painted Sign

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A fun reminder of your happy place, even when you’re far from the beach! Hang this light blue sign with painted text and imagery in a place where you could use a little bright moment.

Salt, Sand and Sea Sign

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This wood sign has beautiful details including 3-D elements with wood cut shells, waves and text, each hand painted. The added touch of a rope hanging piece brings more texture to this fun and colorful piece. A great addition to your beach house or a way to bring back those sandy coastal memories anywhere.

Native Designed Cribbage Board


Cozy up for a winter game night ! This beautiful handmade cribbage game board is created from solid wood with a unique wood carving. Finished with clear lacquer gives a nice sheen over the board.

Wood Carved Box

This beautiful hand painted and handmade wooden hinged box is a unique piece to bring home, giving you a reminder of the Pacific Northwest.

Leather Pouch


The traditional medicine bag has been used to carry sacred and special elements such as stones and herbs. This pouch is made from leather and small in size to carry your treasures with a long strap and knotted closure. Does not include herbs pictured.

Cedar Grilling Planks


Create a traditional coastal flavor on your next cook-out. Cedar planks add a rich and robust flavor to your salmon or other grilled meals. Each box contains 6 planks.

Jackson’s Jars Candles


Choose from a large or small jar candle in a variety of wintery scents. Hand poured in a jar which includes a lid for safekeeping. Douglas Fir, Pine, or Christmas Scents make a great holiday gift!

Scents: Douglas Fir, Pine

Sovereign NDN Tea


Warm up with this hand picked herbal tea created in the Quinault region on Washington. A traditional brew among the Native American people, if you have not yet tasted this unique tea try a cup today. Each box includes 12 individual tea bags.

Essential Travel Kit for Dogs


Pack this kit along for your travels with your favorite pet and you’ll be prepared for a muddy and sandy PNW adventure! Large Kit includes: Larger dog dish, collar, leash, 4 biscuits, choke chain, veterinarian formula flea and tick shampoo, ear wipes, brush, toy, 3 poop bags, bandana, shampoo, conditioner, De Skunk shampoo. Small Kit includes: Small dog dish, collar, leash, 4 biscuits, choke chain, ear wipes, brush, toy, 3 poop bags, bandana, shampoo, conditioner, De Skunk shampoo, Hartz RID flea and tick shampoo..

Support businesses from the Greater Quinault Region and surrounding communities.

Each purchase you make helps support Native-owned businesses, artists, and makers. We hope you’ll contribute to the growth of these unique business and the continued production of artistic products. 100% of every purchase made on the Cedar Root Marketplace goes directly to the makers – this is our dedication to growing Quinault region businesses.

About Us

Cedar Root Marketplace, sponsored by Cedar Root Business Center and funded by the Táala Fund, aims to bring business resources to the Greater Quinault Region and surrounding communities with hands on workshops and community assistance.

Táala Fund, a Native led 501c3 non-profit organization, is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). CDFI’s are financial institutions that focus on personal lending and business development efforts in local communities. CDFIs can receive federal funding through the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

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