AIANTA’s Tribal Agritourism series features themed articles about tribial agritourism in the United States.
Now Hiring: AIANTA is Seeking Agritourism SpecialistThe American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is seeking an energetic, well-organized self-starter to serve as an Agritourism Specialist specific to Native agritourism product development and...
Case Studies in Tribal Agritourism was created to serve as an inspiration for Native American and indigenous farmers, ranchers and other food producers interested in expanding their agricultural operations to include visitor components.
As travelers remain grounded, AIANTA has created a virtual round up of Native cuisine.
Travelers the world over are expressing an increased interest in learning where their food comes from, providing indigenous communities with new opportunities to share their cultural heritage by building one-of-a-kind agritourism programs.
Tribes interested in exploring ways to supplement their agriculture revenue can find more ideas below.
With more than 80 percent of Native farmers reporting farming/ranching as their primary occupation, an increasing number of them are looking to diversify their product offerings.
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