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  • O me’a”kwa: Happy New Year!
  • SDSU Certificate in Cultural Tourism & Tribal Enterprises
  • Renew Your Membership
  • AIANTA is Hiring
  • 2021 in Review: A Snapshot of AIANTA’s Year
  • GWU Professional Certificate Program in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • BLM/AIANTA Partner to Promote Nevada Tribes Along the California National Historic Trail
  • Register for Go International 2022: Building Irresistible Cultural Tourism Packages
  • AIANTA Is Looking for Native Tour Operators & Guides
  • AIANTA Finalizing Guide to Tribal Attractions Along the Juan Bautista de Anza NHT
  • AIANTA Continues Outreach to Tribes Along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
  • Call for Participation AITC 2022
  • Discover Native America: Shoshone Sugar Shack Espresso
  • Discover Native America: Red Earth Garden
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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

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