Click HERE to submit your registration for the NTF.
See the "Scholarship" tab to request a scholarship (registration included).
- $50/person registration fee (applies to all attendees who do not otherwise receive travel support through ITEP/NTAA*).
- Fees may be paid online by credit card or e-check at the time of registration, or paid at any time prior to the event using this online form;
check, cash and credit card payments accepted on-site at time of registration.
- To request an invoice or W-9 for payment of the registration fee, or to pay the registration fees for multiple individuals together, please contact ITEP.
- Registration fees may be refunded in the event of a cancellation according to these terms and conditions.
- *Registration Fees are waived for the following: Host Tribe Members and Employees, Forum Presenters, Scholarship Awardees, NTAA Executive Committee Members, TAMS Steering Committee Members.
The following sessions are FREE to attend and open to all interested unless otherwise indicated. Registration for all optional sessions is required. Pre-registration
is strongly encouraged due to limited seating. All optional sessions require proof of registration to attend. See below for session details and registration. (NOTE: some
information is still being finalized; check back for updates).
TRAINING SESSIONS - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017
VW Settlement Workshop Session: Monday, May 1, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
This workshop will provide information on how tribes can benefit from the $ 55 million VW Settlement to mitigate diesel emissions. This training will be a “one stop shop” for ribes to learn about this historic settlement, determine how to fill out the necessary
forms to secure funding and find out how to maximize their funding to do the air quality work defined in the settlement. Attendees will be asked to bring a list of all diesel vehicles including marine vessels to the training from their Tribes. Contact will be
made to registered attendees prior to the training to assist in completing this list. Session registration is required. For more information, contact Andy.Bessler@nau.edu.
Click HERE to register for the VW Settlement Workshop.
Radon Technical Training Session: Monday May 1, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
This full-day workshop will consist of classroom lectures and hands-on practice addressing radon measurement and radon mitigation in tribal structures. Tribal housing, environmental and other staff involved in construction/maintenance of tribal buildings are
invited to attend. Two webinars are available for viewing to provide background information on radon occurrence and risk reduction. We ask all participants to view these two free webinars prior to attending the in-person training as participants should have a
basic understanding of radon. Information on the webinars will be sent upon successful registration. Certificates of Completion will be provided to attendees who complete the entire session. Session registration is required. For more information, contact
Brandy Toft (email@example.com or 218-335-7429).
Click HERE to register for the Radon Training Session.
Clean Air Training Session – Smoke Ready Reservations: Monday May 1, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
This training session is designed for tribal air program and environmental professionals to learn about smoke from woodburning and wildfires. The session will present case studies and tools identifying how to prepare reservation infrastructure and residences in order to cope
with smoke intrusion. Following this training, attendees will be prepared to identify sources of smoke and understand their health effects, how to develop a smoke-ready plan, and how to take action in their communities. Session registration is required. For more information,
Click HERE to register for the Clean Air Session.
Indoor Air Quality Demonstration Session: Monday, May 1, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
This training will focus on assessing IAQ in homes and businesses utilizing wireless IAQ monitors to identify issues and occupant behaviors that may impact the health of IAQ. This workshop will give tips on doing assessments more effectively. Traditionally, data has been gathered
through spot testing, which suffers from not always being representative. However, the advent of affordable and high quality sensors paired with internet-based monitoring platforms has revolutionized the ability of IAQ professionals to track and improve building performance.
Session registration is required. For more information, contact Angela.Benedict@srmt-nsn.gov or via phone: 315-250-1028.
Click HERE to register for the IAQ Demonstration Session.
NTAA MEETING - TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017
NTAA Membership Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting of National Tribal Air Association (NTAA) member tribes will be held as a working lunch on Tuesday, May 2. The meeting is open
to any representative(s) of NTAA Member Tribes. Not sure if your Tribe is a member? Check HERE.
Becoming a member is free and easy! If you are interested in more information on becoming an NTAA Member, or the activities of the NTAA, please contact Andy Bessler, NTAA Project Director. Sign up to attend the meeting when you register for the Forum!