Cutting-edge On-line Databases, Tools and Forums for Tribal Environmental Professionals
From ITEP Team
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On-line tech, tools and methods that tribal environmental professionals use to collect, manage and share information are changing fast. The Muskogee (Creek) Nation built and uses a custom Open Dump database with partner tribes, using EPA’s Exchange Network and reusing an EPA tool and IHS scoring. The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) hosts the Tribal Brownfields Forum and is creating a Qualified Samplers platform for peer-to-peer learning and mentoring. The free online Brownfields Inventory Tool (BiT) and smartphone app can now inventory and issue reports for the IHS Open Dump Survey, and has live link and KML/KMZ export features to interface data of choice with public facing web pages for your community. Come learn about these and more!