Welcome to the National Tribal Air Association!

Since its founding in 2002, the National Tribal Air Association has been a leading voice for Tribal air quality issues, programs, and policies. With over 110 principal member Tribes, the NTAA’s mission is to advance air quality management and policies and programs, consistent with the needs, interests, and unique legal status of American Indian Tribes and Alaskan Natives. Please explore our site and contact us if you have any questions or comments.

--Bill Thompson, Penobscot Nation Vice Chief and NTAA Executive Committee Chair

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us!

We are proud to present NTAA’s latest publications for your information and use!

  • The NTAA Indoor Air Quality Work Group is hosting a Federal Listening Session on Thursday October 20th at 2 pm ET entitled, “Stories of Bees, Bed Bugs and Hoarding: IAQ & Public Health Concerns.” Click here to learn more!

  • NTAA has created a new Work Group to address the WV Settlement for Tribes to address the US Department of Justice on the Volkswagen "Clean Diesel" Marketing, Sales Practices, and Products Liability Litigation.
    The work group can be found on NTAA's website here.

  • NTAA has signed onto the National Radon Action Plan to assist in the effort in reducing radon risk in 5 million homes and saving 3,200 lives annually by 2020. To learn more, click here.

  • The National Tribal Air Association held a webinar on the Volkswagen settlement for Clean Air Act violations on Thursday, August 18th, 2016. The webinar was held for Tribes to review NTAA and TAMS comments to the U.S Department of Justice that were recently submitted. Tribal consultation concludes on August 27th, so this webinar will help Tribes seeking to consult on this important $1.7 billion settlement, of which $50 million will be available to Tribes. You can view the webinar here.

  • The NTAA Indoor Air Quality Needs Assessment for Indian Country has been reopened!
    Click here to learn more.

  • Click here to visit the new EPA Air Trends Website and Interactive Map!