AIANTA Updates

AIANTA/USFS NATIVE Act Request for Proposals for FY 2024

AIANTA/USFS NATIVE Act Request for Proposals for FY 2024

AIANTA/USFS NATIVE Act Request for Proposals for FY 2024June 10, 2024; 10 a.m. (Mountain) AIANTA and the U.S. Forest Service will host an informational webinar regarding the Request for Proposals for NATIVE Act Tribal Projects and Initiatives on or Adjacent to U.S....

NativeAmerica.Travel Reimagined

NativeAmerica.Travel Reimagined

NativeAmerica.Travel Reimagined: Your Free Resource to Promote Indigenous Destinations and ExperiencesApril 30, 2024; 10 a.m. (Mountain) Join us for an webinar on the re-launch of NativeAmerica.Travel! Discover how AIANTA members can maximize visibility, access...

Adventures Through Careers in the Outdoors

Adventures Through Careers in the Outdoors

Adventures Through Careers in the OutdoorsAdventures Through Careers in the Outdoors March 26, 2024; 10 a.m. (Mountain) Are you interested in sharing your Native cultural knowledge with the public? Are you passionate about the outdoors, conservation and learning new...

Introduction to Working With Mt. Rainier Concessions

Introduction to Working With Mt. Rainier Concessions

Introduction to Working With Mt. Rainier ConcessionsIntroduction to Working With Mt. Rainier Concessions January 30, 2024; 10 a.m. (Mountain) The National Park Service works with concessioners to offer goods and services to park visitors. The concessionaires operate...

The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Celebrates 25 Years as the Leader in Cultural Heritage Tourism and Announces Historic Name Change of National Conference at 25th Annual Event

The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Celebrates 25 Years as the Leader in Cultural Heritage Tourism and Announces Historic Name Change of National Conference at 25th Annual Event

Today, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA), the only national organization dedicated to advancing cultural heritage tourism in Native Nations and communities across the United States, announced that its signature American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) will become the American Indigenous Tourism Conference to reflect inclusivity of all U.S. Native Nations and communities beyond tribes, as Indigenous tourism continues to preserve generations of cultural heritage storytelling. The news was delivered in a keynote address by AIANTA CEO Sherry L. Rupert as the national nonprofit kicked off its 25th anniversary at the Choctaw Casino & Resort in Durant, Okla. on the tribal homelands of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

Native American Agriculture Fund

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

Bureau of Land Management

National Endowment of the Arts

National Park Service

United States Forest Service