AIANTA Newsletter

Recent AIANTA Newsletters

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
  • AIANTA is Seeking Agritourism Consultants
  • AIANTA is Seeking New Members for our Board of Directors
  • American Indian Tourism Conference
  • The Best of Indian Country Tourism
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • Earn Your Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Discover Native America: Shawnee Tribe

View our June 2020 newsletter now.

 

  • 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
  • American Indian Tourism Conference
  • AIANTA Webinar Series
  • AIANTA Tourism & Hospitality Scholarship
  • Earn Your Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Information Gathering Session from 2019 AITC
  • The Best of Indian Country Tourism
  • AIANTA to Highlight Tribes Along the Lewis and Clark National Historic 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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