The South Dakota Native Tourism Alliance (SDNTA) is an ad hoc network of representatives from the nine federally recognized Tribal Nations in South Dakota, and local, state, and federal partners, working together to develop Native American tourism as a catalyst for economic growth.
Join us Thursday, August 26 at the Journey Museum in Rapid City, SD (and online) for the official launch of the SDNTA and the Native American Tourism Development and Management Plan, South Dakota, 2020-2025.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how to become involved with the SDNTA and engage with dynamic speakers and enjoy local Native cuisine and cultural experiences, including a Native drum group, Lakota lunch and plant walk and optional local Native tour experiences. Meeting proceedings will be broadcast online.
Complete the following questions to register for this free event. If you have any questions please contact email@example.com.
The SDNTA and its plan is funded by the Office of Indian Economic Development (IED), U.S. Department of the Interior. The George Washington University International Institute of Tourism Studies (GW) is the IED's technical assistance partner on this initiative.
- VIRTUAL REGISTRATION ONLY AS OF 8/25/21 -