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Top Questions from AIANTA’s Recreation Economy Webinar On Thursday, May 16, AIANTA, in partnership with the USDA, Forest Service and USDA Rural Development hosted a webinar entitled “Resources for the Recreation Economy,” which offered tribal participants a look at...
This month we are highlighting the names of female family members and how those words translate in Indigenous languages.– Women’s HIstory Month
AIANTA, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Rural Development, is offering an exclusive webinar to Native American Tribes and Tribal entities looking to grow their outdoor infrastructure.
Some 75% of respondents believe tourism will increase greatly or somewhat in the coming year, according to the inaugural State of Indian Country Tourism survey.
Sherry L. Rupert, formerly AIANTA’s Board President, will assume the role of AIANTA Executive Director and Board Member Emerson Vallo has been elected Board President.
When attendees gather in Oklahoma this summer at the only national conference on tribal tourism in the U.S., they will also have the opportunity to explore some of Oklahoma’s most notable tribal tourism destinations.
With the coming of spring, we at AIANTA decided to do a little moongazing. Thanks to our tribal partners, we learned quite a few ways Native American tribes translate moon names.
The conference, scheduled for September 16-19, 2019 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa, is organized by AIANTA and hosted by Cherokee Nation.
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is seeking well-organized, self-starters for two full-time positions.
AIANTA celebrates the women helping drive Indian Country cultural tourism.