EPA Grants and Tribal Air Quality Programs - GAP and CAA 103
From ITEP Team
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This webinar introduces tribal professionals to the world of tribal air quality programs and projects using tribal case studies to show how different tribes developed their programs/projects, and the various ways that effort is accomplished. Webinar 2 focuses on how Tribes develop air quality programs using Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (GAP) and Clean Air Act (CAA) Section 103 Grant funds. In addition to the case studies, we provide information on several resources.
- Pat Childers, Senior Tribal Program Coordinator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation
- Wilfred Nabahe, Environmental Protection Office Director, Colorado River Indian Tribes
- Mercedes Kaiser, Air Quality Specialist, Colorado River Indian Tribes
- Pam Atcitty, Environmental Specialist II, Morongo Band of Mission Indians
Presentation files are available in the Attachments tab. If you have any questions contact Christal.Black@nau.edu.