AIANTA Newsletter

Recent AIANTA Newsletters

September 2021

Monthly Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: AITC is Around the Corner
  • AITC COVID-19 Mitigation Plan
  • Town Hall Series: Tourism Marketing Initiatives for 2022 and Beyond
  • American Indian Tourism Conference Agenda
  • AIANTA Seeks Albuquerque-Area Hotel for Go International 2022
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • AITC Mobile Workshops
  • AITC Silent Auction
  • Discover Native America: Nez Perce Wallowa Homeland
  • Discover Native America: Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository

September 2021 Newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

August 2021

Monthly Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: Final Days of Summer
  • AIANTA Seeks Albuquerque-Area Hotel for Go International 2022
  • Rave Reviews for AIANTA’s New Trade Show Booth
  • AIANTA Applauds Senate Passage of Infrastructure Bill 
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • Cultural Tourism Funding Opportunities
  • Town Hall Series: Tourism Marketing Initiative for 2022 and Beyond
  • AITC Mobile Workshops
  • AITC Silent Auction
  • Discover Native America: Dzil Ta’ah Adventures
  • Discover Native America: Annual United Houma Nation Celebrating ABILITIES Powwow

August 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

July 2021

Monthly Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: Testing the Waters
  • AIANTA to Showcase Economic Importance of Cultural Heritage Tourism at RES 2021
  • The Importance of Cultural Heritage Tourism 
  • AIANTA to Exhibit at the Arizona Governor’s Conference on Tourism
  • AIANTA Town Hall Series Report: Travelers to Indian Country & NativeAmerica.travel 
  • AIANTA to Exhibit at IPW 
  • Cultural Tourism Funding Opportunities 
  • Town Hall Series: Tourism Marketing Initiative for 2022 and Beyond
  • AITC Mobile Workshops
  • AITC Silent Auction 
  • Discover Native America: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
  • Discover Native America: Alaskan Dream Cruises 

July 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

June 2021

Monthly Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: On The Road Again
  • Tourism Marketing Workshop Along the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
  • What’s New in Indian Country Tourism?
  • German Travelers Look Forward to Returning to the U.S.
  • AITC Mobile Workshops
  • AITC Silent Auction
  • Discover Native America: First Americans Museum
  • Discover Native America: Xaa-wan’-k’wvt Village & Resort

June 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

May 2021

Monthly Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: A Time for Recovery
  • AITC Registration Now Open!
  • Artisans and Tourism
  • Ways to Leave No Trace When Visiting Indigenous Land
  • Call for Graphic Designers
  • Planning for Change in Uncertain Times: Multiple Scenario Planning for Tribal Tourism
  • Discover Native America: Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Museum & Research Center

May 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

April 2021

April Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: A Season of New Beginnings
  • Travel Publications You Should Be Reading
  • The Comeback Trail
  • AIANTA Signs Agreement with Leave No Trace
  • AIANTA  Announces New Visitor Outreach Department
  • New: AIANTA Town Hall Series
  • Ten Native American Tourism Experiences for 2021
  • AIANTA Is Looking for Native Tour Operators & Guides
  • Discover Native America:  Salmon King Fisheries

April 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

 

March 2021

March Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: Happy 2021
  • Women’s History Month: Native Women Leaders in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • AIANTA Forms Unprecedented Partnership with NATOW, 11 Tribal Nations of Wisconsin
  • AIANTA  Launches Tourism Sentiment Survey
  • Ten Native American Tourism Experiences for 2021
  • Discover Native America: Sakari Farms

March 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

 

February 2021

February Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: Happy 2021
  • AIANTA Introduces New Tribal Relations & Outreach Department
  • AIANTA Launches Tourism Sentiment Survey
  • Go International
  • AIANTA Is Looking for Native Tour Operators & Guides
  • Discover Native America: Oomingmak Musk Ox Producers’ Cooperative

February 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

 

January 2021

January Newsletter

  • O me’a”kwa: Happy 2021
  • Extended! Jingle all the Way
  • AIANTA Is Looking for Native Tour Operators & Guides
  • 2020 Year in Review
  • AIANTA CEO Appointed to National Marine Sanctuary System Business Advisory Council
  • Discover Native America: Dynamite Hill Farms

January 2021 newsletter

 

Funding Opportunities

 

A Warm Thank You to Our Partners

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Native American Agriculture Fund

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

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International Outreach

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