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AIANTA highlights just a few of the amazing photos from Paddle to Lummi 2019.
As I finish my first month as Executive Director of AIANTA, it would be an understatement to say it’s been a busy start. My staff has had me on a whirlwind schedule filled with activities, conferences and one-on-one appointments.
AIANTA is currently accepting Board of Directors applications for representatives from our Pacific, Plains and Southwest regions. We are also seeking an At-Large representative and a replacement for our vacant Midwest position.
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.
As we get ready to honor our dads this Father's Day, we at AIANTA queried our tribal partners and other language experts on how to address male family members in their Native languages.
View the full Conference Agenda for the 21st Annual American Indian Tourism Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Sept. 16-19, 2019.
Participants in the "Recreation Economy" webinar, co-hosted by AIANTA, USDA, Forest Service and USDA Rural Development led a robust Q&A session; Some of the top questions from that session are highlighted here.
This month we are highlighting the names of female family members and how those words translate in Indigenous languages.
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.
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