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Water: Tribal Training

2011 National Tribal Water Quality Conference, Posuwageh (Water Meeting Place), Where Clean Water Act Sections 106 and 319 Meet


Contact Information

For more information about this course, please contact:

Robyn Delehanty
 Phone: 202-564-3880
Nancy Arazan
 Phone: 202-566-0815

Related Topics


  • CWA Sections 106 and 319


  • Basic Water Quality Field Monitoring and Analyses
  • Data Management
  • Environmental Sampling
  • Nonpoint Source Pollution
  • Pubilc Involvement/Public Participation
  • Treatment in the Same Manner as a State Requirements
  • Water Quality Monitoring
  • Watershed Protection
  • 106 Guidance Implementation

Take Note: Information presented below is specific to tribal participants and may not apply to all attendees.

Level of Training: 100    Explanation of training levelsCourse Description: Join EPA for a national conference for all tribes with water quality programs, or those who wish to begin water quality programs. The conference will highlight the blended nature of the Clean Water Action Section 106 and Section 319 programs.

Download the Save the Date Flier (PDF)  (1 pp, 550K, About PDF)
The agenda for this course can be found on the conference website.

Course Details

Target Audience: Tribes and other federal agencies or organizations that work with tribes.
Is there a final test associated with the course?: No.
Is there a certificate of completion presented at the conclusion of the course?: TBD
Other relevant notes: None.



Event Date: November 14-18, 2011
Event Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Event Sponsor: EPA Headquarters
Event Co-sponsor: None.


Target Audience: Tribes and other federal agencies or organizations that work with tribes.
Is the course region-specific?: No.
Is this course relevant to Tribes outside the sponsoring region?: Yes.


How to register: Register online at: http://www.tetratech-ffx.com/tribal2011conference/registration.cfm
Registration Deadline: None
Is there a registration fee for this course?: $50
Additional registration information: None

Event Details

Format for the course: TBD
Are there any pre-requisites for this event?: No.
Is there any pre-course preparation associated with this event?: Yes. It is recommended that participants review the tribal 319 program webcasts to gain a basic familiarity with the CWA Section 319 program. The webcasts can be found at http://www.epa.gov/nps/tribal.


Sleeping room accommodations: Hotel and logistical information is available on the conference website.
Other costs paid by EPA: None.
Other relevant notes: None.

Past Events:
  • None.

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