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.

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