NTAA: IAQ Work Group

NTAA IAQ Webinars

The NTAA Indoor Air Quality Work Group hosted 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 view the presentation.

NTAA’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Work Group will help improve IAQ in Indian Country by developing policy actions on IAQ issues including: IAQ home assessments; Healthy Home IAQ Kits; Water intrusion issues; Radon testing in Tribal homes and communities; Radon mitigation; Funding needs for IAQ activities in Indian Country; Addressing asthma disparities.

On November, 19th, 2015, the NTAA held a national webinar entitled, “NTAA’s Federal Listening Session: Stories of Healthy Homes in Tribal Communities.” This webinar shared stories from across Indian Country and how to move IAQ forward to improve Tribal housing. You can download the presentations from that webinar here:
Presentation by Dean Henry of the Tulalip Tribes
Presentation by Danial Suazo of the Taos Pueblo
A video produced by Tina Tinker of the Aleknagik Traditional Council in Alaska.

Click here for a fact sheet on the NTAA IAQ Work Group.

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.

On October 20th, 2016, NTAA’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Working Group hosted a Federal Listening Session/Webinar entitled, “Stories of Bees, Bed Bugs and Hoarding: IAQ & Public Health Concerns”

The recording covers several stories from Indian Country as well as provide the listener with important resources on dealing with these IAQ challenges.

Listen to the audio presentation here:

Onkwariwashona - Bee Extraction Intro Video

Tribal Presicide Program Council Presentation - Download (pptx)

Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) and Bedbugs Presentation - Download (pptx)

IAQ Picture Presentation - Download (pptx)

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