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Recent AIANTA Newsletters

April 2021

  • O me’a”kwa 
  • 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
  • Case Studies in Tribal Agritourism 
  • Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
  • Experience Native America Along the Lewis & Clark Trail
  • AIANTA Webinar Series

View our April 2021 newsletter now.

 

March 2021

  • O me’a”kwa: Happy 2021
  • Women’s History Month: Native Women Leaders in Cultural Heritage Tourism 
  • Go International 
  • Town Hall Series 
  • AIANTA Forms Unprecedented Partnership with NATOW, 11 Tribal Nations of Wisconsin 
  • AIANTA  Launches Tourism Sentiment Survey 
  • Ten Native American Tourism Experiences for 2021 
  • Case Studies in Tribal Agritourism 
  • Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail 
  • Experience Native America Along the Lewis & Clark Trail 
  • AIANTA Webinar Series 

View our March 2021 newsletter now.

 

February 2021

  • 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
  • Case Studies in Tribal Agritourism
  • Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • Discover Native America: Dynamite Hill Farms

View our February 2021 newsletter now.

 

January 2021

  • O me’a”kwa: Happy 2021
  • Extended! Jingle all the Way
  • Go International
  • AITC 2021 Call for Speakers
  • Sponsor AITC 2021
  • AIANTA Is Looking for Native Tour Operators & Guides
  • 2020 Year in Review
  • AIANTA CEO Appointed to National Marine Sanctuary System Business Advisory Council
  • Experience Native America Along the Lewis & Clark Trail
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • Discover Native America: Dynamite Hill Farms

View our January 2021 newsletter now.

 

December 2020

  • O me’a”kwa: New Beginnings
  • Native Chefs Celebrate the Holidays with Indigenous Cuisine, Recipes
  • Jingle all the Way
  • Shop Native this Holiday Season
  • Sign Up Now for the Professional Certificate Program in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Experience Native America Along the Lewis & Clark Trail
  • How to Support AIANTA This Holiday Season
  • AIANTA Members Discuss COVID-19 Challenges and Adaptation
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • Discover Native America: California Indian Museum & Cultural Center

View our December 2020 newsletter now.

 

November 2020

  • O me’a”kwa: What a Year!
  • AIANTA Wraps Up First-Ever Virtual American Indian Tourism Conference
  • 2020 in Review: A Snapshot of AIANTA’s Year
  • AIANTA Announces New Dates for Professional Certificate Program in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Getting Creative: Tips for Boosting Sales for Tribal Artists
  • Shop Native this Holiday Season
  • Jingle all the Way
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • Discover Native America: Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara Nation

View our November 2020 newsletter now.

 

October 2020

  • O me’a”kwa: Looking Forward to 2021
  • Infusing the Aloha Spirit Into Your Customer Service
  • Join AIANTA and Support the Movement to Build Cultural Tourism in Indian Country
  • AIANTA Announces New Dates for the Professional Certificate Program in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Jingle all the Way
  • Shop Native this Holiday Season
  • Celebrate Native American Heritage Month
  • 2021 Training Needs
  • Discover Native America: The DX Ranch

View our October 2020 newsletter now.

 

September 2020

  • O me’a”kwa: Welcome to AITC 2020
  • Tribal Agritourism Takes Center Stage at AITC
  • Five Reasons to Use the AITC Conference App
  • Register Now for AITC Conference Sessions
  • Influential Native American Women to Lead Tourism Recovery Conversations 
  • AIANTA to Waive All Conference Registration Fees
  • AIANTA Mask Art
  • AITC Attendee List Scam
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • Earn Your Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Discover Native America: Ute Mountain Ute Bow & Arrow Brand

View our September 2020 newsletter now.

 

August 2020

  • O me’a”kwa Fall Conference Update
  • Tourism Does Not Sell Itself
  • Influential Native American Women to Lead Tourism Recovery Conversations 
  • Five Tips for Tourism Businesses During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • AITC Attendee List Scam
  • American Indian Tourism Conference
  • Discover Native America: Dynamite Hill Famrs

View our August 2020 newsletter now.

 

July 2020

  • O me’a”kwa (I’m going to travel over there)
  • Six Agritourism Ideas for Native Farmers & Ranchers
  • Three Strategies to Jumpstart Your Travel Marketing
  • Practical Tips for Navigating Tourism Operations During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • AITC Attendee List Scam
  • Discover Native America: Shawnee Tribe

View our July 2020 newsletter now.

 

June 2020

  • O me’a”kwa (I’m going to travel over there)
  • Expanding Tourism Revenue through Agritourism
  • Use Storytelling to Promote Your Destination
  • Re-Navigating the Anza Trail
  • Discover Native America: Choctaw Hunting Lodge

View our June 2020 newsletter now.

 

Weekly Newsletter Series

February-March 2020

  • O me’a”kwa (I’m going to travel over there)
  • AITC – Call for Speakers
  • Information Gathering Session from 2019 AITC
  • AIANTA to begin Site Visits to Tribes along the Anza Trail 
  • AIANTA to Highlight Tribes Along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
  • Discover Native America: Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository Information

View our February-March 2020 newsletter now.

 

January 2020

  • O me’a”kwa: New Beginnings
  • 2019 in Review: A Snapshot of AIANTA’s Year
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • AIANTA is Now Hiring
  • Save the Date: AITC 2020
  • Join AIANTA on Tribal Row at IPW Las Vegas
  • AIANTA to Highlight Tribes Along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail 
  • Share Your Expertise at AITC
  • REAL ID is Coming–Really
  • Upcoming Industry Events
  • Discover Native America: Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Cultural Heritage Center

View our January 2020 newsletter now.

 

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