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Tribal Brownfields Programs

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There are 561 federally recognized tribes within the United States. Each tribe is an independent, sovereign nation, responsible for setting standards, making environmental policy, and managing environmental programs for its people. While each tribe faces unique challenges, many share similar environmental legacies.

The links below go to tribal Web sites that have brownfields information maintained by the tribe.

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