Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
PO Box 15004
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5004
Phone: (928) 523-9555
Fax: (928) 523-1266
Email: itep@nau.edu
Ann Marie Chischilly
Executive Director

Phone: (928) 523-9555
Email:
Ann-Marie.Chischilly@nau.edu

Welcome
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) was created in 1992 to act as a catalyst among tribal governments, research and technical resources at Northern Arizona University (NAU), in support of environmental protection of Native American natural resources.

Our Mission: "ITEP serves tribes through outstanding, culturally-relevant education and training that increase environmental capacity and strengthen sovereignty."

2014 ITEP Golf Tournament

ITEP Golf Tournament
Golf Tournament and Student Scholarship Fund Raiser
Saturday, November 8, 2014


On Saturday November 8th the 1st Annual ITEP Golf Tournament and Student Scholarship Fund Raiser will be held at the Talking Stick Golf Club in Scottsdale, AZ.
Proceeds to benefit the Virgil Masayesva Native American Environmental Scholarship Fund at Northern Arizona University.

» Click HERE for more information.


Save the Dates!!

NTAA will be hosting three webinars in the coming months to assist Tribes in submitting comments on U.S. EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Be sure to register soon as space is limited. Click on a date to register online:

» September 5th: Tribal Perspectives on the Carbon Rule: Panel Discussion
» September 29th: Review of the NTAA comment letter and Tribal template letter

All Webinars will begin at 2 pm ET and last 90 minutes. More information is coming so keep an eye open in upcoming NTAA Weekly Updates!

Online Environmental Training

Boost your professional credentials: Earn 0.5 to 4.0 continuing education units (CEUs) with tribal specific online courses and their individual modules:
» Tribal Environmental Management Training, July 7-August 31, 2014
» Tribal Water Resources Management Training, September 1 – October 26, 2014
Fees for the full 8-week training and individual modules are as follows: an introductory price of $750 for enrolling in the eight-week training saves participants $250. Two-week modules are priced at $250 and one-week modules are priced at $125. Course details, instructors, registration, and continuing education units (CEUs) offered with each course can be found at www.nau.edu/professional.

» Click HERE for program flyer.

Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples

A Primer and Traditional Knowledge Guidelines have been produced to provide foundational information to the Advisory Committee on Climate Change and Natural Resources Science (ACCCNRS) on intergovernmental relationships and science when engaging Tribal and Indigenous Peoples in federal climate change initiatives.

For Primer information:
» Click HERE for document.
» Contact Gary Morishima: morikog@aol.com

For Traditional Knowledge Guidelines information:
» Click HERE for document.
» Contact Gary Morishima: morikog@aol.com
» Contact Ann Marie Chischilly: Ann-Marie.Chischilly@nau.edu



Last updated: August 15, 2014

 

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