Preparing for Inadvertent Discovery of Cultural Artifacts During Oil Spill Response AND Tribal Compensatory Mitigation: Restoring Relationships to the Natural Resources, Water and Land
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Tribal Compensatory Mitigation: Restoring Relationships to the Natural Resources, Water and Land
Presentation will discuss 404 CWA Compensatory mitigation, possibly USFWS conservation banking, the basics, some examples of CWA tribal mitigation banks/ILFs, pieces of the process and what it means for tribal nations (untapped exercise of tribal sov., restoring natural resources and relieving the permitting/impact credit process for individual members or the tribe, gained revenue. And the risks that are associated with mitigation markets). Attendees will learn about mitigation banking on a high level. Presenter: Mariah Black Bird, Environmental Policy Innovation Center
This presentation was delivered as part of the Tribal Lands and Environment Forum in August 2022.