Interested in Featuring Your Business or Becoming a Partner?

Are you a Pacific Northwest business owner and excited about sharing your passions? We are always looking to partner with regional arts and fine craft businesses, as well as other sellers of local goods and services like foods, wines, experiences, and unique sites. If you think your business might be a perfect fit, please view the Artisan Trails Criteria and then apply below.

Use the same form to sign up as a financially supporting partner.

We look forward to hearing from you!

We continue to keep our listing fee low to support our region’s businesses as they recover from the pandemic.

Because of the pandemic and the difficult times for many artisans, local businesses and event organizers, we are extending the offer to join the trail guide project for $35 to support our friends during the pandemic recovery. 

The title you want for your listing
If different from your mailing address
You are welcome to write this section as you would like it to read in your listing. In this case we will copy edit (fix typos). We are also happy to write your listing if you like. In this case just provide relevant details about what makes your business/site special!
You may select as many categories as are applicable to your site. If you want more than one listing/icon on the map for your site, please fill out one application per listing. *Web-based businesses must offer customers ways to purchase products, either directly or via a third party entity (e.g., Etsy). For Partners and Donors, please scroll down to the Partner Support section below.
Eligible Idaho Counties: Latah, Nez Perce, Lewis, Clearwater, Idaho, Benewah, southern Kootenai (south of Coeur d’Alene) & southern Shoshone (south of Wallace). Eligible Washington Counties: Whitman, Asotin, Garfield, Columbia & southern Spokane (south of Spokane).
If you select web-based, we will use a generic location, such as the city you are based in for your map location. We will not share your home address unless you accept visitors there.
For example: gift cards, pre-paid credit, memberships, etc.
The yearly renewal for listings will be a sliding scale based on annual revenue. More information will be available soon. The current edition (December 2020) of the print guide will be updated as new editions go to print. We will note on the website when listings have been updated to reflect changes. Please notify us of business changes such as days & times you are open or closed, contact info and events.
This is a nonprofit marketing effort to highlight and promote the region's place-based businesses and sites. We greatly appreciate our Partner Supporters! Select a level of giving to support our ongoing work and have your organization acknowledged on our Partners webpage and print guide.
We know COVID-19 poses challenges for local businesses, and that you might need extra support to make it easier to navigate through these times. 2dnw Artisan Trails Guide wants to help connect our community of artisans and small businesses with the support you need.

Once your application is received, we will review it to ensure it meets the Artisan Trails Criteria.  After your application has been approved, you will receive an invoice for the amount listed on the application.

If you have any questions about the application process, or need assistance completing the application, please contact