NTAA: Resources

Wood Smoke Work Group

NTAA and EPA established a work group to collaborate with Tribal, state, EPA and other involved entities with a purpose of researching, developing, and implementing a national residential woodstove program to address both the indoor and ambient air quality impacts from residential wood/coal burning stoves, as well as to address other wood smoke related issues on Tribal lands.

Calls are typically held on the first Wednesday of the month at 3:00PM ET. Please contact us for information on how to call in.

NTAA Wood Smoke Work Group is hosting a Three-Part Webinar Series on basics of Residential Wood Heating and Wood-Stove Change outs.

April 10th at 1:00 PM (EST) - Webinar One - NTAA WS Work Group held "Webinar One", which included presentations from Mansel A. Nelson (ITEP) on “Wood Stoves” and Larry Brockman (EPA) on the “Wood Combustion and Importance of Wood Moisture Content

April 24th at 12:00 PM (EST) - Webinar Two - NTAA WSWG hosted Webinar Two , which included a presentation from John Crouch, Director – Public Affairs (Hearth, Patio, and Barbecue Association) on “Wood Stoves and Wood Stove Change outs
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May 15th at 12:00 PM (EST) - Webinar Three - NTAA WSWG hosted Webinar Three, which included presentations from Jeromy Grant (Hoonah Indian Association) on "Tools for Implementing a Wood Stove Project", Erin McTigue (EPA) on "Braiding Funding to Address Smoke from Wood Burning Appliances", and Lisa Stewart (HUD) on "Office of Native American Programs".
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Related Links

EPA’s Guide to Financing Options for Wood-burning Appliance Changeouts

EPA Burn Wise

Burn Wise Tool List

Tribal Healthy Homes Network

Woodstove Changeout

the top half of the wood smoke work group flyer
Click here to view a full-sized PDF of this flyer

For more information, please contact:

Billie ToledoBillie Toledo, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation

Jaime YazzieJaime Yazzie, Diné (Navajo) Nation