This contest, "We Still Exist - Win This Face Mask" is connected to "Make America Native Again." This contest requires you to provide an idea of a Native American based business you would like to see online or you would like to own. Provide your ideas in the comments. If I choose your idea to be the first business website I develop and post for sale, then you win this
The hardships Ojibwe Native Americans faced in the past compared to the present are what makes the woodlands Ojibwe strong. Even to this day, some winter traditions can be found in the present within the tribe.
All plants, trees, and flowers are sacred to Ojibwe. For Ojibwe people of the Great Lakes areas (The states of the great lakes region), plants and medicine are fundamental to achieving mino bimaadizi. Mino bimaadizi is an Ojibwe phrase used by my tribe (Ojibwe) to describe having achieved a good life. Leading a good life, having good health, to be the direction and influence to a positive life.