September 11, 2017
Northern Arizona University
Join ITEP, EPA and NAU in celebrating 25 years of collaboration and service to tribal environmental programs! Since 1992, ITEP, under a Memorandum of Understanding between EPA and NAU, has committed itself to serving tribes through outstanding, culturally-relevant education and training programs that increase environmental capacity and strengthen sovereignty. ITEP's work throughout the years includes numerous projects and activities including work on air quality, solid and hazardous waste, climate change, emergency response, educational outreach, water quality, student internships, and environmental policy development, sustainable energy and food security.
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Ann Marie Chischilly
Program Agenda September 11, 2017
5 - 7 pm at the 1899 Bar & Grill
Opening Reception (appetizers and no-host bar provided)
7 - 8:30 pm at Prochnow Auditorium
>>Ann Marie Chischilly, ITEP Executive Director
>>Dr. Rita H. Cheng, NAU President
>>Dr. Chad S. Hamill, NAU Vice President of Native American
>>Steve Page, USEPA OAR-OAQPS, Director
Keynote Speaker: Winona LaDuke is the founder and Executive Director of Honor the Earth and is a Native American environmentalist, economist, and author. (Admission is free and the public is welcome).
RSVP Here For the ITEP 25th Anniversary
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The opening reception will be held at the 1899 Bar & Grill from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, followed by Winona LaDuke's keynote presentation at 7:00 pm at NAU's Prochnow Auditorium adjacent to the 1899 Bar and Grill. Parking is available at the High Country Conference Center garage on the NAU campus; click here for NAU Campus Maps.
1899 Bar & Grill
307 W Dupont Ave
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
14th Biennial Conference of Science and Management on the Colorado Plateau & Southwest Region
ITEP's 25th Anniversary event is being held in conjunction with the 14th Biennial Conference of Science and Management on the Colorado Plateau and Southwest Region, which will be held September 11th -14th, 2017 at Northern Arizona University at the High Country Conference Center. The conference will have tribal scholarships available for those who apply. Contact Nikki Cooley Nikki.Cooley@nau.edu (928) 523-7046 for more information.
The conference has secured discounted group rates at several hotels, as well as the use of the NAU Merriam-Powell Research Station, which offers dorm-style housing perfect for a visiting university group. Click Here to See Hotels