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2017 National Tribal Forum on Air Quality

May 1-4, 2017, Tucson, Arizona
Hosted by: The Pascua Yaqui Tribe

2017 Platinum Sponsor
2017 Platinum Sponsor
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The National Tribal Forum on Air Quality (NTFAQ) provides an opportunity to meet, exchange ideas, and discuss current topics relevant to tribes in air quality and climate change.
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Online registration is now open! There is a $50 registration fee. Click HERE for registration details.

ITEP will provide a limited number of scholarships to cover eligible travel expenses for tribal employees. Scholarships will be reimbursed after the Forum. Requests must be made using the online scholarship request form no later than March 15, 2017. For more information on scholarships, see the “Scholarships” tab HERE.

Presentations, Training Sessions, Posters and Exhibits:
We want to hear from YOU at this conference! If you're interested in presenting a project or giving a training session or otherwise sharing your experience, please let us know! Presentation abstracts and Eco-Café Session requests are now being accepted! All request forms can be found on the NTFAQ website.

Exhibitor, Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities:
Is your organization or company interested in becoming a sponsor for the NTFAQ? Help enhance the conference, get noticed, and make your mark by signing on to be a top-level sponsor! Details and pricing options are available on the NTFAQ website.

Pre-Conference Sessions:
The following sessions and are being planned for Monday, May 1, 8am-5pm. Pre-registration is required; tribal travel scholarships may be available. For details and registration forms, see NTFAQ website.
The agenda for this dynamic conference is still being developed, but you can expect to find the following:
The 2017 NTFAQ will be held at the Casino del Sol in Tucson, Arizona. Details on the conference lodging, air travel, shuttle, and other logistics can be found on the NTFAQ website.

Check out nau.edu/ntfaq for more information and updates!

The NTFAQ is coordinated by The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) and the National Tribal Air Association (NTAA) through funding from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the generous contributions of our Sponsors!