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2010 Tribal NPS Workshops

This tribal training was offered during the first day of the National Water Quality Monitoring Council conference held in Denver, Colorado.  The session covered CWA Section 106 and 319 topics, and featured three tribal case studies.

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Download a Final Agenda (PDF) (1 pg, 21K)

Linkage between the CWA 106 and 319 Programs (PDF) (15 pp, 843K)
   Audrey Johnson, US EPA R9

Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians CWA Section 106 and Section 319 Programs (PDF) (26 pp, 2.3MB)
   Sarah Burger, Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians

Tribal Monitoring Strategies (PDF) (13 pp, 731K)
   Mari Nord, US EPA R5

106 Reporting Requirements and Water Quality Performance Measures (PDF) (27 pp, 1MB)
   Audrey Johnson, US EPA R9

Can you sample my water? A Volunteer Domestic Well Monitoring Project (PDF) (11 pp, 391K)
   Denise Jensen, Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska

The Watershed Based Planning Approach (PDF) (44 pp, 2.4MB)
   Tom Davenport, US EPA R5

Leveraging Funding (PDF) (14 pp, 774K)
   Mitra Jha, US EPA R8

Tribal participation in the National Lakes Study (PDF) (24 pp, 10.3MB)
   Gretchen Watkins, Lac du Flambeau Tribe of Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians

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