Wild and Glorious creates home and fashion products using naturally dyed cotton canvas and screen printed designs. Jennifer Wabegijig is the owner and designer of Wild and Glorious. Jennifer is an Anishnabekwe from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory located on the beautiful Manitoulin Island. Jennifer was very creative and had a love for fashion and decorating. She completed the Fibre Arts program at Fleming College's Haliburton school of the Arts in 2016. She wanted to create products that had designs from the woodland people and designs she finds meaningful and a part of her environment. Upon finishing school she started Wild and Glorious and had her first booth at her hometown pow wow selling just bags and throw pillows. Wild and Glorious now has many products, designs and now includes apparel. To dye her fabric Jennifer chose plant life that grows naturally in the Georgian Bay region because chemical dyes are harmful to our environment. Jennifer thought it was important as an Indigenous business owner to think of the environment in everything we do. Jennifer draws her own designs and screen prints them with water based paints and sews everything in her home studio.