AIANTA in the News 2019

AIANTA in the News 2019

AIANTA in the News (2019)     November Reimagining the Rural West: Cultural Heritage and TourismWestern Governors’ Association; Nov. 4, 2019 The budding agritourism businessNative America Calling; Nov. 8, 2019   October Restoration Of Desert View...
Director’s Corner: Thank You from AIANTA

Director’s Corner: Thank You from AIANTA

Director’s Corner: Thank You from AIANTA As I write this, I’m looking at my calendar and cannot believe it’s already been seven months since I started as the Executive Director of AIANTA. It has been a crazy, hectic time, during which I’ve had the...
Indian Country Tourism Trends for 2020

Indian Country Tourism Trends for 2020

Indian Country Tourism Trends for 2020 With 574 federally recognized Native American Tribes located throughout the United States–many with their own distinctive languages, histories and cultures–travelers have no lack of options when it comes to exploring...
Director’s Corner: The Great (Rural) Divide

Director’s Corner: The Great (Rural) Divide

Director’s Corner: The Rural Divide Happy holidays! There’s nothing like the start of the holiday season when we begin planning for quality time spent with friends and family. But in all the celebrating, we may sometimes forget the burdens winter can bring,...
Director’s Corner: Expressing Gratitude

Director’s Corner: Expressing Gratitude

Director’s Corner: Expressing Gratitude If you’re like me, you can’t help but notice the increase in television commercials promoting Thanksgiving and Christmas. The holiday season is nearly upon us. In the tourism industry, the holiday season also...
About the NATIVE Act

About the NATIVE Act

About the NATIVE Act A brief history and overview of Public Law 114-221, the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience (NATIVE) Act. The Native Act | Purposes of the Act | The Importance of Tourism | Timeline   The NATIVE Act The Native American...