ITEP's 25th Anniversary Video
From Tyrone Jones on September 12th, 2017
ITEP was created to act as a catalyst among tribal governments, research and technical resources at Northern Arizona University (NAU), various federal, state and local governments, and the private sector, in support of environmental protection of Native American natural resources. ITEP was established at NAU in 1992, in cooperation with USEPA. ITEP accomplishes its mission through several programs.
"A healthy environment for strong, self-sustaining tribal communities."
"ITEP strengthens tribal capacity and sovereignty in environmental and natural resource management through culturally relevant education, research, partnerships and policy-based services."
Filmed, produced, and edited by: NAU Marketing staff Kurt Lancaster, Michael Kerbleski, Reed Robertson, Marteen Cleary, Mariah Soer; Jeremy Thomas Scott; and ITEP staff.
Additional video and image credits: Alaska and American landscapes video courtesy of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center; Sea Ice B-roll Courtesy of N.A.S.A; Images courtesy of the U.S.G.S: title - Permafrost, location - AK, Arctic coast near Lonely, USA, photographer - Brandt Meixell; title - Permafrost Erosion Measurement, location - AK, USA, photographer - Christopher Arp; title - Conducting Interview, location - Koyukuk River, AK, USA, photographer - Ryan Toohey; title - Canoe Landing, photographer - Carol Reiss; title - Sunset Sail at Neah Bay, photographer - Carol Reiss; title - Coast Slish Canoe Journey 2008, photographer - Carol Reiss; title: Welcoming Arriving Canoes from Salish Sea Canoe Journey at Swinomish Tribe, photographer - Leslie Dierauf; title - Salish Sea Tribal Canoe Journey Landing 1, photographer - Leslie Dierauf; title - Salish Sea Tribal Canoe Journey Landing 2, photographer - Leslie Dierauf; title - Salish Sea Tribal Canoe Journey Landing 3, photographer - Leslie Dierauf; "Community-based whale hunt in the Chukchi Sea," photographer - Tobias Holzlehner; Oyster Harvesting Images by Bryan Penttila; "A Barrow resident awaits the return of a seal-skin whaling boat," Whaling red bouy, Whaling pullling whale, Whaling harpoon, photos - Faustine Bernadac; photo "Damage to infrastructure" Vladimir E. Romanovsky; "House falling into the sea" Image credit - U.S. News and World Report / Af Rolf Haugaard Nielsen; additional Video Provided by Skip Armstrong - firstname.lastname@example.org; additional images courtesy of Ed Knight, Ida Hildebrand, CRTFC, and ITEP staff; News clips - ABC, BBC.