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Water: Tribal Training

Basic Information

Information Available Within This Site

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On a creek where the tribe hopes to re–introduce native Bonneville Cut–Throat trout, NRCS and the Environmental Specialist at the Goshute Indian Reservation, examine plant life and stream flows.

This site focuses on training that is of use to tribes. Information provided is targeted toward tribal participants and may not apply to all attendees. If you are not part of a tribal community, be sure to verify all registration information with the course organizer to make sure you have the correct information. Join the Tribal Training listserv to get updates about new courses or other information as it is added to this page. To join, send a blank email to: join-tribal_training_cwa@lists.epa.gov (you will receive a welcome message once you have joined).

You can browse a list of all of the EPA-sponsored CWA training courses offered on the 2012 Curriculum page. From this page you can visit individual course pages to view details about each training opportunity. Alternatively, you can search for training courses by subject area, training level, and date from the Find Training page or by EPA Region from the Where You Live page.

EPA will populate this site with additional courses as soon as course information becomes available. Check this site from-time-to time for postings. The site also provides links to tools, resources, and other information to help tribes develop and implement water quality programs.

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Training Levels

EPA has categorized the training courses into a progressive framework (100–, 200–, and 300–level courses). Tribal environmental professionals can acquire an introduction and a solid foundation in subjects related to water quality through 100–level courses. The 200–level courses build and expand upon the knowledge and skills acquired in the 100–level courses. The 300–level courses provide a degree of training that tribes will need to develop to implement a more scientifically and technically based water quality program on a Reservation.

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