This site is designed to strengthen EPA and tribal air quality programs in Indian country by providing timely and user-friendly access to key information; promoting the exchange of ideas; and making available relevant documents to all environmental professionals who live and work in Indian country.
To learn more about tribal air programs, visit the pages below:
- Basic Information: Information and history of the tribal air program at EPA.
- Where You Live: Locate regional contacts and see what is occurring in your area.
- Announcements: The latest news related to tribal air and its programs.
- Air Program Resources: Regulatory tools and programs available to tribes as they work to protect their tribal air quality resources.
- NTAA/EPA Tribal Air Call: Conference call co-hosted by the National Tribal Air Association (NTAA) and EPA to address a broad range of tribal air issues.
- Workgroups: Workgroups addressing tribal air issues.
- Training: Learn about training offered by EPA and other organizations
- Tribal Air Agenda: This document discusses planned activities by OAR headquarter offices to support, expand and assist tribal implementation of air quality management activities nationwide.
- Tribal Air Coordinators: Who to contact at EPA headquarters or in the EPA Regional Offices about tribal issues.
- Tribal Air Newsletter: A quarterly newsletter produced by EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
- Grants and Funding: Grant and funding opportunities available through grants.gov, EPA's Office of Air and Radiation, and EPA's American Indian Environmental Office.
- Tribe to Tribe: Learn about programs and projects initiated by tribes throughout the United States.
- Working Effectively With Tribal Governments: Information from the Working Effectively With Tribal Governments CD.
- Tools and Resources: Tools and resources relevant to tribal air issues.
- School Air Toxics: EPA, state and local air pollution control agencies will monitor the outdoor air around schools for pollutants known as toxic air pollutants.
- Tribal New Source Review (NSR): The NSR requires stationary sources of air pollution to get permits before they start construction. NSR is also referred to as construction permitting or preconstruction permitting.
- Consultation: This webpage lists the consultation activities with American Indian governments as it applies to the work performed in OAQPS.
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