Morning Lobby

Meeting ID 86419152839 Topic Morning Lobby Meeting Status Waiting – Not started Refresh is needed to change status. Start Time Meeting has ended ! Timezone America/Los_Angeles Join via Zoom App Join Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details A Conference Staff Representative will be here to answer any questions, comments, or concern you may have about out virtual event.…

Opening Ceremony

Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details 9:00- 9:15: Tribal Welcoming/ Opening Remarks 9:15- 10:15: John Busterud- Regional Administrator, EPA Region 9 Opening Remarks Polls What's your choice?First ChoiceSecond ChoiceThird ChoiceThis is a poll, select one of the options below. Media

Environmental Education/Children’s Environmental Health/Healthy Schools with Eileen Shanahan and Sarah Sullivant

Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details Join us for an overview of the EPA Region 9 Environmental Education, Children’s Environmental Health, and Healthy Schools programs as they relate to Tribal work and GAP funding, including information on resources available and outreach and education tools Tribes can utilize during the COVID-19 pandemic. The session includes time for Q&A so…

Hazardous Waste Data in the Public Eye

Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details This session is intended to introduce attendees to data about hazardous waste sites. What information is made publicly available via ECHO? What does the current RCRAinfo data tell USEPA R9 about hazardous waste generation in Indian Country? What are the key compliance obligations of hazardous waste generators within your boundaries? Polls Let…

How to build a workplan with an ETEP

Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details Presenters will show examples of how to build a work plan with an existing ETEP. Polls What's your choice?First ChoiceSecond ChoiceThird ChoiceThis is a poll, select one of the options below. Media How to Build a Workplan with an ETEP.ppt

Water Division Director Session

Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details During this session, Tomas Torres will provide an overview of the division and it’s functions as they relate to tribal work. The session includes time for a Q&A so participants can ask specific questions related to the work done by the division. Polls What's your choice?First ChoiceSecond ChoiceThird ChoiceThis is a poll,…

Post-Fire Restoration on Washoe Land

Event DetailsPollsMediaEvent Details The Numbers fire burned almost 20,000 acres of which 5,833 were on Washoe allotment land. The Washoe Tribe Environmental Protection Department is working with BIA (Bureau of Indian Affair), Fish and Wildlife, and BLM (Bureau of Land Management) to form a post fire restoration and cultural protection plan. Incorporating TEK in the…