Part 2 of 3: A Case Study of Chronic Uranium Exposure in Sanders, AZ
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This webinar is the second portion of Increasing Community Engagement on Contaminated Lands series. This portion focuses on the benefits of including community members in environmental health research at a site with unsafe levels of uranium in the communities’ drinking water. The video is an excerpt, for parts 1 and 3 go to https://mediaspace.nau.edu/channel/channelid/191147813.
Increasing Community Engagement on Contaminated Lands
Chris Shuey, Johnnye Lewis, and Tommy Rock will be sharing their stories of working directly in the field on Superfund and other contaminated sites, creating opportunities for community member engagement and translating complicated issues in such a way that community members gain knowledge and become empowered. The strategies they share will help you in developing your own approaches, tailored to your communities, to enhance the development of not only understanding but also real-world skills, such as soil and water monitoring.
This TSFWG webinar was presented by Tommy Rock (NAU) in November 2017.
Facilitated by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals and the Tribal Superfund Working Group.