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Pacific Southwest, Region 9

Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, 148 Tribes

 

Information Resources

Small Indian symbol Tribal Program Quick Finder
Tribal Home Clean Water Act Contacts Resources & LinksSafe Drinking Water ActTools & Training Torres Martinez Solid Waste CollaborativeTribal News Archive Tribal Area Maps Visiting the Region 9 Main Office

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Maps

Region 9 Indian Reservations Web Version | PDF (1 pg, 142 KB)

Arizona Indian Reservations Web Verison | PDF (1 pg, 204 KB)

California Indian Reservations Web Version | PDF (1 pg, 280 KB)

Nevada Indian Reservations Web Version | PDF (1 pg, 169 KB)

For additional tribal maps, visit the Bureau of Indian Affairs website

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EPA-Published Brochures and Documents

EPA Region 9 Approach to Consultation with Tribal Governments Regarding Non-Enforcement Related Matters

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EPA Resources on the Web

Region 9

EPA Region 9 Organization Chart
If you are unfamiliar with the organizational structure of EPA's Region 9 or if you wish to write to a specific division you can find the information on our organizational chart.

EPA Region 9: Grants
Provides information about available grants, how to apply, managing grants, and open requests for grant proposals.

Information On Toxics Release Inventory (Tri) For Tribes (PDF) (28 pp, 509K)

Children's Health

Information On Asbestos-In-Schools For Tribes (PDF) (28 pp, 1.3M)

Information On Taking Action On Asthma For Tribes (PDF) (22 pp, 841K)

Information On Preventing Childhood Lead Poisoning For Tribes (PDF) (37 pp, 1.5M)

Information On Children's Environmental Health For Tribes (PDF) (13 pp, 1.2M)

Resource Guide On Preventing Childhood Lead Poisoning For Tribes (PDF) (18 pp, 324K)

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Other Resources on the Web

The following is only a small fraction of the information available to tribes on the World Wide Web and by no means is it intended to be an exhaustive list. However, this is a quick reference guide that can direct you to the specifics of your interest. While EPA is not responsible for the information given in these sites, we provide this selection of links as a service. We hope you find it useful.

Tribal-EPA Programs

U.S. Government Links Exiting EPA (disclaimer)

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American Indian Organizations Exiting EPA (disclaimer)

Environmental Links Exiting EPA (disclaimer)

Legal Research Databases on American Indian Issues Exiting EPA (disclaimer)

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Archive

The following documents and links are provided for historical reference only.

Tribal successes of Past Years

Successes 2005 Information at this link provided for reference purposes only

Successes 2004 Information at this link provided for reference purposes only

Successes 2003 Information at this link provided for reference purposes only

Successes 2002 Information at this link provided for reference purposes only

Past Tribal-EPA Conferences

2006 Tribal Environmental Conference Information at this link provided for reference purposes only

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