AIANTA in the News
AIANTA in the News
“For a novice like me, the GW program provided a good introduction. I particularly appreciated the cultural focus,” reflected Winnestaffer. “Rather than tourism generally, which is what’s usually available, the courses addressed issues that were of specific relevance to tribes and heritage tourism.” // The George Washington University Blog; Jan. 10, 2019
A gift to AIANTA helps increase the technical support available to Native American-led tourism programs… // Native News Online; Dec. 29, 2018
Go International seminar prepares tribes, Native enterprises, and tourism professionals for international marketplace. // Indian Country Today; Dec. 21, 2018
In September 2020, the conference will be hosted by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation at the We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center near Scottsdale, Arizona. // e-Turbo News, others; Dec. 7, 2018
Travelers want to experience the stories and traditions of indigenous communities, but these communities also need more economic support to become more involved in the travel industry. // Skift.com; Nov. 26, 2018
Opportunities for cultural tourism will be on the agenda during the annual Bureau of Indian Affairs Tribal Providers Conference in Anchorage Nov. 27-29. // The Cordova Times; Nov. 20, 2018
“Throughout the nation, Native American Tribes are holding special celebrations in November that,” said Camille Ferguson, executive director of American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) in a public statement. // Middle Land; Nov. 19, 2018...
“We are excited to see Brand USA include the sounds and songs of Native American sacred areas across the United States in the new film Spirit Song,” said Camille Ferguson, Executive Director of the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA). // Various; Nov. 16, 2018.
https://nativenewsonline.net/currents/aianta-to-develop-tribal-travel-guide-%EF%BB%BFinterpreting-the-anza-trail/ Native News Online; Nov. 16, 2018 See similar stories at: Indian Country Today; Nov. 16, 2018
There are “two topics that the industry most has to address – climate change and overtourism.” // November 7, 2018
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