The Benefits to Wearing both NRDA and Superfund Hats under CERCLA AND DOI Restoration Planning, Implementing, and Monitoring
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Ms. Stevens will share on the ground experiences both successful and controversial when dealing with Natural Resource Damage Assessment restoration alongside EPA's Superfund remedial work in the Coeur d'Alene Basin. Following this presentation, audience members will be asked to share their stories with an interactive Q&A session. Presenter: Rebecca Stevens, Coeur d'Alene Tribe
DOI Restoration Planning, Implementing, and Monitoring
Join the Department of the Interior’s Restoration Support Unit to discuss the ins and outs of restoration planning, implementation, and monitoring. What happens after settlement? What does it take to get implementation on the ground? Discover the steps to bring a project to completion – the planning involved, working with stakeholders and partners, implementation, and of course monitoring project effectiveness. Share in the challenges of real cases, and discover tips to help you with your future restoration projects. Learn how our office may be able to help you. Presenter: Becky MacEwan, DOI
This presentation was delivered as part of the Tribal Lands and Environment Forum in August 2022.