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Tribal Air Progam Websites

The following are websites from tribal air programs. If your tribal air webpage isn't included here, please email your link to:
ITEP Webmaster.

Bishop Paiute Tribe, California
Preserving the beauty and purity of our Aboriginal Homelands.
www.bishoptribeemo.com/

Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Idaho
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe Air Quality Program is Dedicated to Protecting, Preserving, and Enhancing the Culture and Environmental Resources of our Tribal Lands.
www.cdatribe-nsn.gov/cultural/environment.aspx

Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, Montana
Clean air is an important natural resource that is often overlooked until pollution problems become evident.
www.cskt.org/tr/epa_airquality.htm

Delaware Nation, Oklahoma
Protect, Enhance, Promote, Preserve, Regulate, Teach, Leadership, Stewardship.
www.delawarenation.com/Departments/EnvironmentalPrograms/tabid/58/Default.aspx

Hoopa Valley Indian Tribe. California
The objective of TEPA’s Air Quality monitoring program is to collect data and information that reflects air quality where people live and work on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation.
www.hoopa-nsn.gov/departments/tepa/airquality.htm

Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc., Arizona
The goal of the Tribal Air Quality Program (TAQP) is to support clean air initiatives at the local-community, regional and national levels.
http://itcaonline.com/?page_id=114

Inter-Tribal Environmental Council, Oklahoma
Clean Air - This program is conducting air monitoring at eight tribal sites throughout Oklahoma. At three of the tribal sites, the OES is monitoring for criteria pollutants and meteorological parameters.
www.itecmembers.org/Programs/CleanAirProgram/tabid/689/Default.aspx

Navajo Nation, Arizona
To protect, preserve, and enhance the air resources for current and future Navajo generations.
www.navajonationepa.org/airquality.html

Penobscot Indian Nation, Maine
The Penobscot Nation Department of Natural Resources operates an Air Quality program that served as a model for the development of similar tribal Air Quality programs in the northeastern United States.
www.penobscotnation.org/DNR/air/airhome.html

Pleasant Point Passamaquoddy Tribe, Maine
Brownsfield programs, and GIS/GPS programs.
www.wabanaki.com/sed/PROGRAMS/default.htm

Quapaw Tribe, Oklahoma
This program is conducting air monitoring at five tribal sites throughout Quapaw territory.
http://quapawtribe.com/index.aspx?NID=124

Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Colorado
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe's Air Quality Program is dedicated to monitoring and ensuring that the air on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation remains clean and safe for Tribal Members and the general public, now and into the future.
www.southernute-nsn.gov/air-quality

St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, New York
Several Air Quality programs within the St. Regis Mohawk Environemtal Division.
www.srmtenv.org/index.php?spec=cleanair

Walker River Paiute Tribe, Nevada
The Environmental Department has existed since 1995. A model air quality monitoring program has been developed with real-time on the internet.
www.wrpt.us/environ.htm

Yurok Tribe, California
The Air Quality Section of the Yurok Tribe Environmental Program monitors air quality and meteorological conditions in the Klamath Glen, Weitchpec, and Notchko.
www.yuroktribe.org/departments/ytep/Air.htm


For more information please contact:
Lydia Scheer

Program Manager
928/523-6887
Lydia.Scheer@nau.edu