As the world begins to travel again after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, it is crucial that tribes utilize any and all tools available to invite visitors to explore tribal nations and their tourism attractions and enterprises.
In partnership with the National Park Service, AIANTA will work with tribes adjacent to the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail to develop cultural heritage content and itineraries for the Trail’s new travel website LewisandClark.travel, as well as NativeAmerica.travel. The project will bring together businesses, attractions, landmarks and other points of interest on and around the trail to help promote sustainable tourism.
Join the AIANTA, the National Park Service and Solimar International for this one-hour webinar to learn how to participate on these powerful marketing websites available at no charge.
- Dan Wiley, Chief of Resources Stewardship with the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, National Park Service. He works to protect cultural, natural and recreational resources of the Trail.
- Derek Schimmel, Project & Communications Manager for Solimar International. He works with digital marketing and storytelling to build tourism experiences.
- Bruce Rettig, Content Writer/Photographer for AIANTA, is an award-winning author who has worked with many tribal communities and organizations, including Nevada’s Indian Territory.