"The Virgil Masayesva Environmental Learning Center is dedicated to the memory of Virgil Masayesva (1948-2005), ITEP's co-founder and original director. Virgil was known throughout Indian country and beyond as a dedicated leader and tireless advocate for Native American environmental self-determination. Together with William Auberle, he conceived the idea of a tribal environmental training institute that would in 1992 become the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals."
A variety of ITEP technical air courses are conducted at the Virgil Masayesva Environmental Learning Center, located at the TAMS Center in Las Vegas. This comfortable, state-of-the-art facility is adorned with Native American art from a variety of regions and features.
- computer stations for each course attendee
- up-to-date sound and visual technology
- a digital projector
The Learning Center is available by appointment for use by tribal and EPA groups.
For more information about the Virgil Masayesva Environmental Learning Center, please contact:
US EPA - TAMS Center
4220 S. Maryland Parkway, Bldg C
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Last updated: October 21, 2013