Indigenous Placemaking Along Trails

American Trails

Indigenous Placemaking Along Trails

Virtual Training

Webinar

Learn how indigenous operators have used trails to showcase traditional cultural experiences, ancient canoe routes, traditional culinary experiences, indigenous storytelling, along with many more.

The Federal Government in Canada recently launched the new federal tourism growth strategy—Canada 365: Welcoming the World. Every Day. A key priority of the strategy is to partner (with indigenous tourism organization and indigenous-owned businesses) to grow Indigenous Tourism. In Canada, many indigenous tourism businesses are located in rural and remote parts of the country where trails are prevalent. As a result, trails can play a key component in the delivery of wide variety of indigenous tourism opportunities. There are currently a number of innovative indigenous led tourism businesses that are actively using trails as a vehicle for delivery and this webinar will showcase some of these opportunities. Learn how indigenous operators have used trails to showcase traditional cultural experiences, ancient canoe routes, traditional culinary experiences, indigenous storytelling, along with many more.



Learning Objectives:


  • Learn how indigenous operators have used trails to showcase traditional cultural experiences
  • Discover the new federal tourism growth strategy
  • Learn how to partner with indigenous tourism organization and indigenous-owned businesses to grow Indigenous Tourism

Location

This is a virtual training. See the event website for more details.

Trail Core Competencies

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Relevant Trail Types

    General. All trail types are relevant.

Upcoming Event

Training Dates

Starts July 25, 2024
10:00 AM
Ends July 25
11:15 AM

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