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February 1 - March 31, 2011 - Indian Country Hazard Assessment Program Online Training

ICEHAP Training
Indian Country Environmental Hazard Assessment Program: An online training program developed for Indigenous People and government employees.

DURATION
February 1 - March 31, 2011. The course consists of eight weeks web-based of instruction.

PARTICIPANTS & CLASS SIZE
Participants should include stakeholder representatives from various tribal environmental programs, the BIA, EPA, and the Indian Health Service. The ideal class size is 18 participants.

FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT
Internet access is required along with a computer and printer. Each student will be provided with a textbook and a DVD which can be used to download the required training materials.

FUNDING
There is no charge for the course unless the student does not complete the course. Then the student is responsible for the reimbursing the program for the costs of the course ($595). This is noted in the online training agreement.

SPECIAL NEEDS
Participating organizations will be asked to provide access to tribal lands and federal facilities so course participants may conduct the environmental hazard assessment field exercise as part of their training. Prior to conducting the field survey exercise, appropriate approval should be sought from the tribal authorities.

FIELD SURVEY EXERCISE
The assessment survey will provide specific data about the potential environmental and occupational health issues facing the tribal community. Potential issues to be identified in the survey include:

FOR MORE INFORMATION
United Tribes Technical College
Contact: Dr. Jen Janecek Hartman
701-255-3285 ext 1396
E-mail: jjanecekhartman@uttc.edu
Fax: 701-224-7236
Or
Renee Dufault
rdufault@uttc.edu
Indian Country
Environmental Hazard Assesment Program (ICEHAP)
United Tribes Technical College

Indian Country Environmental Hazards Assessment Program (ICEHAP) (PDF) (2 pp, 1.2MB, About PDF)

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February 22-24, 2011 - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development Strategic Planning Workshop

Building knowledge and skills is essential to developing, implementing, and sustaining conservation and renewable energy projects on tribal lands. Take advantage of the upcoming educational events, workshops, and Webinars sponsored by the Tribal Energy Program.

The Tribal Energy Program is offering several "Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development" workshops in early 2011. Designed to assist with the development and implementation of strategic plans for tribal EECBG projects, the three-day workshops are scheduled

Agenda
For detailed information on the venues, workshops, or topics to be covered, view a workshop agenda (PDF) (3 pp, 65K,  About PDF) or contact the Tribal Energy Program directly at 720-356-1360.

Registration
No registration fee is being charged, but advance registration is required to ensure adequate seating and food service. To register, please complete the registration form (MS Word) (1 pg, 39K) and return it by e-mail to tribal@go.doe.gov or by fax to 720-356-1350. Simply indicate the date and location of the workshop you'd like to attend and include your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and phone number.

Lodging
To make reservations, please call the hotels listed above directly at the numbers provided. When calling, be sure to ask for the discounted room rate for NREL/Tribal Energy in order to receive the special rate. We are unable to guarantee rate or availability after the reservation deadlines listed above.

Webinars
The Tribal Energy Program sponsors monthly Web seminars on renewable energy technology development in Indian Country. Learn more.

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March 8-10, 2011 - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development Strategic Planning Workshop

Building knowledge and skills is essential to developing, implementing, and sustaining conservation and renewable energy projects on tribal lands. Take advantage of the upcoming educational events, workshops, and Webinars sponsored by the Tribal Energy Program.

The Tribal Energy Program is offering several "Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development" workshops in early 2011. Designed to assist with the development and implementation of strategic plans for tribal EECBG projects, the three-day workshops are scheduled

Agenda
For detailed information on the venues, workshops, or topics to be covered, view a workshop agenda (PDF) (3 pp, 65K,  About PDF) or contact the Tribal Energy Program directly at 720-356-1360.

Registration
No registration fee is being charged, but advance registration is required to ensure adequate seating and food service. To register, please complete the registration form (MS Word) (1 pg, 39K) and return it by e-mail to tribal@go.doe.gov or by fax to 720-356-1350. Simply indicate the date and location of the workshop you'd like to attend and include your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and phone number.

Lodging
To make reservations, please call the hotels listed above directly at the numbers provided. When calling, be sure to ask for the discounted room rate for NREL/Tribal Energy in order to receive the special rate. We are unable to guarantee rate or availability after the reservation deadlines listed above.

Webinars
The Tribal Energy Program sponsors monthly Web seminars on renewable energy technology development in Indian Country. Learn more.

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March 14, 2011 - National Beach Conference Training on Beach Monitoring, Rapid Methods, and Predictive Tools

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will host the 2011 National Beach Conference March 15-17, in Miami, Florida. This conference will provide a forum for discussing national beach water quality issues, exchanging information, and coordinating efforts in research and decision-making. Prior to the start of the conference, on March 14, EPA and its partners will provide training on beach monitoring, rapid methods, and predictive tools. EPA is currently seeking proposals through January 14, 2011, for practical and informative presentations on topics relevant to the national beach program.

Abstracts for both oral presentations and poster presentations can be submitted online: http://water.epa.gov/type/oceb/beaches/meeting2011_index.cfm.

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March 22-24, 2011 - Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals Tribal Transfer Station Course

We are very pleased to be offering a new course as part of our Tribal Solid Waste Education and Assistance Program (TSWEAP) here at ITEP. This new course will be focused on Tribal Transfer Stations and will be taking place just south of Albuquerque, at the Pueblo of Isleta, March 22-24, 2011.

Below is a pdf of the course description and application. If you are interested in attending this course, please review the information and send your application back to us as soon as possible.

TSWEAP is funded through a grant with the US Department of Agriculture. This course is free and is open to employees of federally-recognized tribes. We will be accepting 20 participants for this course. As we anticipate a high demand for this training, we will not consider any more than two applications from a tribe. As part of this program, we will be paying for the lodging and will reimburse per diem for course participants. However, participants will need to cover all of their own travel expenses. If you submit an application for this course, we will be in touch with you to let you know if you have been accepted and will provide you with additional information at that time.

Course Description and Application (PDF) (4 pp, 387K,  About PDF)

Contact:
Todd Barnell, Program Coordinator Senior
Tribal Solid Waste Education and Assistance Program
Tribal Waste and Response Assistance Program
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
www4.nau.edu/itep/waste
928-523-3840

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March 22-24, 2011 - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development Strategic Planning Workshop

Coming Soon to a Location Near You: Tribal EECBG Strategic Planning Workshops

The Tribal Energy Program and the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program are offering several "Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development" workshops in early 2011.

These workshops are designed to assist tribes with the development and implementation of long-term strategic energy plans, from developing an energy vision (where you are and where you want to go) to identifying current and future energy needs and exploring the portfolio of available energy efficiency and renewable energy options to following the process for fulfilling the vision. For Tribal EECBG recipients, the workshops will also be an opportunity for you to meet the DOE program staff working on your grant, learn how to get technical assistance, and hear from other tribes about their energy projects. These three-day workshops are scheduled across the country.

Registration
No registration fee is being charged, but advance registration is required to ensure adequate seating and food service. To register, please complete the attached registration form and return it by e-mail to tribaleecbg@go.doe.gov (subject line: EECBG Workshop Registration) or by fax to 720-356-1350.

February Workshops
Feb 15-17 / Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Feb 22-24 / Location: Seattle/Tacoma, Washington

March Workshops
March 8-10 / Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
March 22-24 / Location: Palm Springs, California

April Workshops
April 12-14 / Location: Fairbanks, Alaska

For more information on the agenda or lodging information, please see the Upcoming Tribal Energy Program Events page on the Tribal Energy Program Web site.

For more information on the Guide to Tribal Energy Development website.

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March 30-31, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements, San Francisco, CA

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=
59&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=03&day=30&uid=09b5721e8c5f181e74a2b6e204279bd1
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April 5-6, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements, Shawnee, OK

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=60&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=04&day=05&uid=cd88e0e6954488325c5961dcb255f283 Exit Disclaimer

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April 12-14, 2011 - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development Strategic Planning Workshop

Building knowledge and skills is essential to developing, implementing, and sustaining conservation and renewable energy projects on tribal lands. Take advantage of the upcoming educational events, workshops, and Webinars sponsored by the Tribal Energy Program.

The Tribal Energy Program is offering several "Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Tribal Community Development" workshops in early 2011. Designed to assist with the development and implementation of strategic plans for tribal EECBG projects, the three-day workshops are scheduled

Agenda
For detailed information on the venues, workshops, or topics to be covered, view a workshop agenda (PDF) (3 pp, 65K,  About PDF) or contact the Tribal Energy Program directly at 720-356-1360.

Registration
No registration fee is being charged, but advance registration is required to ensure adequate seating and food service. To register, please complete the registration form (MS Word) (1 pg, 39K) and return it by e-mail to tribal@go.doe.gov or by fax to 720-356-1350. Simply indicate the date and location of the workshop you'd like to attend and include your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and phone number.

Lodging
To make reservations, please call the hotels listed above directly at the numbers provided. When calling, be sure to ask for the discounted room rate for NREL/Tribal Energy in order to receive the special rate. We are unable to guarantee rate or availability after the reservation deadlines listed above.

Webinars
The Tribal Energy Program sponsors monthly Web seminars on renewable energy technology development in Indian Country. Learn more.

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April 21-22, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements Klamath Falls, WA

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=61&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=04&day=21&uid=139029f20acb6fd8cb01a6e93998364bExit Disclaimer

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April 25-26, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements Toppenish, WA

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=62&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=04&day=25&uid=5cdd45d4470e809c41c3486d36acec5dExit Disclaimer

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April 26-28, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements Hankinson, ND

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=65&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=04&day=26&uid=7d87f983dddd318e9bd84f85654db889Exit Disclaimer

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April 28-29, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements Spokane, WA

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=63&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=04&day=28&uid=b44e4f058470a5588e4ea66673d315d3Exit Disclaimer

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May 2-6, 2011 - Water Quality Standards Academy: Basic Course

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces the Water Quality Standards Academy: Basic Course, an introductory course designed for those with fewer than one year experience with water quality standards and criteria programs. Others may benefit from the course, including veterans of the water quality standards program who want a refresher course. The five-day course is aimed at states, territories, tribes, environmental groups, industrial groups, municipalities, the academic community, federal agencies, watershed groups, and other interested parties. The course is offered approximately twice a year. This is a comprehensive and highly structured course that introduces participants to all aspects of the water quality standards program, including the interpretation and application of the water quality standards regulation: water body designated uses, the development of water quality criteria (including human health, aquatic life, nutrient and biological), antidegradation policies, implementation, State/Tribal standards adoption and EPA review.

For more information and to pre-apply: http://www.glec-online.com/WQSA_sessions/session1/course_info.php.Exit Disclaimer

EPA’s Water Quality Standards Academy: http://water.epa.gov/learn/training/standardsacademy/index.cfm

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May 10, 2011 - Tribal Training Roadmap to Managing Nonpoint Source Pollution: Developing your CWA Section 319 Program Webcast

Registration is now open for EPA’s upcoming webcast, "Roadmap to Managing Nonpoint Source Pollution: Developing your CWA Section 319 Program," on May 10, 1-3pm Eastern time.

Registration URL:
http://mp118885.cdn.mediaplatform.com/118885/ml/mp/4000/5345/5417/6778/Lobby/default.htm

This webcast will cover basic need-to-know information for developing a tribal Clean Water Section 319 program. This training will cover basics of the CWA Section 319 program, acquiring Treatment in a Manner Similar to a State (TAS), and basics of creating assessment reports and management plans. The tribal case study will feature a tribe who has recently completed the CWA Section 319 application process and successfully received funding. Management measures (MM) and Best Management Practices (BMPs) for water quality will also be discussed.

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May 10-12, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements Bismarck, ND

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=64&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=05&day=24&uid=2b2750cbdd285afe8775feb8f65a81b9Exit Disclaimer

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May 24-25, 2011 - Tribal, U.S. Territories and Insular Areas Administrative and Financial Guidance for U.S. EPA Assistance Agreements Bethel, AK

See this link for more info: http://petetribal.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=64&Itemid=0&year=2011&month=05&day=24&uid=2b2750cbdd285afe8775feb8f65a81b9Exit Disclaimer

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Februrary 23 - 24, 2012 - Private Investments (HUD/ONAP)

For more info. and to register, visit http://registration.firstpic.org/Exit Disclaimer contact Emily Sprawls of FirstPic, Inc. at 202.393.6400 or esprawls@firstpic.org

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February 28 - March 1, 2012 - Federal Procurement for Tribes/TDHES (HUD/ONAP)

For info., contact Emily Sprawls at 202.393.6400 or esprawls@firstpic.org, or visit http://registration.firstpic.org Exit Disclaimer

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March 8, 2012 - Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Underground Storage Tank (UST) Compliance for Owners & Operators

For info., contact Christine Foster at 951-296-5595 or cfoster@naepc.com


March 14, 2012 - Check Up Program for Small Systems (CUPPS) Train-the-Trainer Series - Session 1

Contact: Sonia Brubaker (brubaker.sonia@epa.gov)
Registration: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/895353286 Exit Disclaimer
Time: 1:00-3:00pm ET

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March 21, 2012 - Check Up Program for Small Systems (CUPPS) Train-the-Trainer Series - Session 2

Contact: Sonia Brubaker (brubaker.sonia@epa.gov)
Registration: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/895353286 Exit Disclaimer
Time: 1:00-3:00pm ET

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March 21 - 22, 2012 - International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Workshop, Denver, CO

For more see the workshop agenda Exit Disclaimeror contact Mervyn L. Tano, President, IIIRM, at 303-733-0481 or Smervtano@iiirm.org

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March 27 - 29, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop III Workflow & Analysis, Minneapolis, MN

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

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March 28, 2012 - Check Up Program for Small Systems (CUPPS) Train-the Trainer Series - Session 3

Contact: Sonia Brubaker (brubaker.sonia@epa.gov)
Registration: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/895353286 Exit Disclaimer
Time: 1:00-3:00pm ET

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April 3 - 5, 2012 - Establishing an Environmental Monitoring Effort

Reservations will be limited to two attendees per tribe. These trainings are free and all applications must be submitted by March 23, 2012.

For information contact: Patricia Rivera at privera@usbr.gov


April 12 - 13, 2012 - The Complete Surface Water and Sediment Sampling Course, San Diego, CA

info@envirofieldschool.com


April 16 - 18, 2012 - Certified Monitoring Well Installation Specialist, San Diego, CA

info@envirofieldschool.com

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April 16 - 20, 2012 - Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) 40 - Hour Hazards Waster Operators & Emergency Response

For information contact: roberta.tohannie@nau.edu or by calling 928-523-2082


April 16 - 20, 2012 - The Complete Ground Water Monitoring Field Course, San Diego, CA

info@envirofieldschool.com

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April 16 - 20, 2012 - 40-hour Hazards Waste Operations and Emergency Response, Tempe, AZ

info@envirofieldschool.com

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April 18 - 20, 2012 - The Ground Water Monitoring Well Design, Construction and Development Field Course, San Diego, CA

info@envirofieldschool.com

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April 20, 2012 - Applications for Water Resources Technician Training Program for Tribal Members

For information contact: Mohammad.Baloch@bia.gov.

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April 24 - 26, 2012 - Workshop on Nonpoint Source Pollution Management and the Watershed Approach, Tulsa, OK

Register using the registration website (http://www.tetratech-ffx.com/tribal/index.htm) Exit Disclaimer or by requesting a PDF that can be mailed/faxed/emailed.

For more information on the course matter, you may contact George Craft at Craft.George@epa.gov, Nikole Witt at Witt.Nikole@epa.gov or your EPA Regional CWA 106 or CWA 319 coordinator. For any questions during the process of registering for the course, you may contact Amber Marriott at Amber.Marriott@tetratech.com.

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April 24 - 27, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop Tools & Functionality, Lawton, OK

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick,(877)293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

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April 30 - May 4, 2012 - (Apps due April 4) - Water Quality Standards Basic Course, Arlington/Crystal City, VA

Erin Cabral, 508-833-6600 or http://www.horsleywitten.com/WQSA/ Exit Disclaimer

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November 29 - December 1, 2011 - Workshop on EPA's Food Web Bioaccumulation Model

The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, with EPA support, will host a three day workshop on EPA's water quality model - AQUATOX. AQUATOX is a free model that combines ecosystem, chemical fate, and ecotoxicological constructs to evaluate past, present, and future effects of stressors including nutrients, organic contaminants, and temperature in aquatic ecosystems.

Water quality models are tools for simulating distributions of target pollutants under various management scenarios. Models are becoming increasingly relied upon in environmental decision making and tribal staff would benefit by training in their use and application. The workshop will be suitable for first time users and will also present a Pacific Northwest case study based on tribal concerns about lamprey bioaccumulation of organic contaminants.

Workshop seating is limited to 25 participants but will also be available to additional participants via GoToMeeting.

Contact Dianne Barton at bard@critfc.org for additional information and to register. Visit CRITFC website Exit Disclaimer.

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January 24 - 25, 2012 - Annual Performance Reports and Self Monitoring (HUD/SWONAP)

The workshop is FREE but limited to the first 30 persons to pre-register due to materials and space limitations. To register, visit http://www.hud.gov/local/index.cfm?state=ca&topic=calendar&lang=en Exit Disclaimer

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January 25 - 27, 2012 - Rough Framing Workshop (NAHC)

For more info. and to register, contact Tahlene Chee, Native American Housing Consultants, at (505) 797-8674 or nmnahctraining@aol.com, or visit http://www.nmnahc.com/ Exit Disclaimer

 

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January 31, 2012 - Non-Profit Developer Training (ADOH)

For more info., contact Ruby Dhillon at (602) 771‐1031
or ruby.dhillon@azhousing.gov

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May 7 - 10, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop II Tools & Functionality, Sacramento, CA

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick,(877)293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

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May 10, 2012 - Waste Characterization Training (Free), Coarsegold, CA

Nova Blazej 415-972-3846 or blazej.nova@epa.gov

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May 12, 2012 - Migratory Bird Day

Visit http://www.birdday.org/ for more information. Exit Disclaimer

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May 15, 2012 - Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) is Hosting 7 Generations Trainings

The training teaches participants a community-based approach for identifying, prioritizing, planning and managing environmental issues such as drinking water, wastewater, solid waste, fuel storage, air, energy and climate. For more information contact: 907-729-3492 or 907-729-3496

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May 15 - 18, 2012 - The Environmental Sampling Field Course, Columbus, OK

Contact information: info@envirofieldschool.com

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May 16, 2012 - (Register by May 11) Wetland Educator Workshop, South Ripley Elementary School, Versailles, IN

South Ripley Elementary School, Versailles, IN

The CMWP will be hold a Wetland Educator Workshop from 4pm - 8pm. The event will start at SRES with hands-on activities for educators and then venture to wetlands for a tour.

Register by Friday, May 11 at Historic Hoosier Hills Watershed. Exit Disclaimer

Contact

Casie Auxier (casie.auxier@hhhills.org)
812-689-4107
Central Muscatatuck Watershed
1981 S. Industrial Park Road, Suite 1
PO Box 407
Versailles, IN 47042

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May 20, 2012 - The Cedarburg Bog in the Spring, UW-Milwaukee Field Station, Saukville, WI

UW-Milwaukee Field Station, Saukville, WI

Discover what's blooming at Cedarburg Bog, a Wetland Gem? site! The Bog is home to 35 plant species and 19 bird species that are near the southern extent of their range. For more details, including reservations, visit Field Trip: The Cedarburg Bog in the Spring. Exit Disclaimer

Contact

Stephani Pescitelli (info@wisconsinwetlands.org)
Wisconsin Wetlands Association
608-250-9971
222 S. Hamilton St. #1
Madison, WI 53703

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May 21 - 24, 2012 - Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP), and Data Validation (Session 2), Susanville Rancheria, CA

Contact information: Robert K. Hall at 415-947-4123 or hall.robertk@epa.gov

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May 22 - 24, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop I Getting Started with GIS, Cass Lake, MN

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick,(877)293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

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May 22 - 24, 2012 - Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP)

For information contact: roberta.tohannie@nau.edu or by calling 928-523-2082.

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May 22 - 24, 2012 - Quality Assurance Project Plan and Data Validation & Assessment

Reservations will be limited to two attendees per tribe. These trainings are free and all applications must be submitted by March 23, 2012.

For information contact: Patricia Rivera at privera@usbr.gov

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May 26, 2012 - Birding Horicon Marsh, Horicon Marsh, Mayville, WI

Horicon Marsh, Mayville, WI

Explore the largest freshwater marsh in the US! Look for birds in a variety of habitats, including wetlands, open water, woodlands, and mudflats, depending on conditions. Departs from Madison at 7am. For more details, including reservations, visit Field Trip: Birding Horicon Marsh in the Spring. Exit Disclaimer

Contact

info@wisconsinwetlands.org (info@wisconsinwetlands.org)
Wisconsin Wetlands Association
608-250-9971
222 S. Hamilton St. #1
Madison, WI 53703

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May 31, 2012 - EPA's Energy Use Assessment Tool for Water and Wastewater Systems

Contact: Sonia Brubaker (brubaker.sonia@epa.gov)
Registration: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/334111822 Exit Disclaimer
Time: 1:30-3:30pm EDT

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June 4 - 5, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop I Getting Started with GIS, Billings, MT

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

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June 5 - 8, 2012 - Emissions Inventory/TEISS Tribal Data Toolbox, Las Vegas, NV

More information contact:
http://www4.nau.edu/itep/air/trainin g_aq.asp Exit Disclaimer

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June 6 - 8, 2012 - BIA Map Design with ArcGIS (Advanced Course), Billings, MT

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

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June 12 - 14, 2012 - Module II: UST Operations and Maintenance Training, Albuquerque, NM

Contact information: Roland T. Chester, 602-258-4822 or roland.chester@itcaonline.com

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June 12 - 14, 2012 - Tribal Pesticide Inspector Training, Chandler, AZ

Contact information: Africa Dorame-Avalos 602-307-1529 or Africa.Dorame-Avalos@itcaonline.com

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June 18 - 22, 2012 - Sample Collection Protocol

Reservations will be limited to two attendees per tribe. These trainings are free and all applications must be submitted by March 23, 2012.

For information contact: Patricia Rivera at privera@usbr.gov

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June 19, 2012 Internships and Training Programs for Operators

In our second workforce webinar, learn MORE about how associations, utilities & schools are partnering together to train the next generation of operators!

Featured Programs:

Tuesday, June 19, 2012
1:00-2:30 pm (ET)
Register for the webinar: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/687263526 Exit Disclaimer

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June 19, 2012 GAP On Line Training for Arizona Tribes, Phoenix, AZ

More information contact: Elaina Doral, 602-258-4822

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June 19, 2012 - NetDMR Training Webinar

NetDMR is a national tool to help you electronically file Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) to EPA or a state each month. Once registered in the secure Environmental Information Exchange Network, NetDMR allows NPDES permittees in participating states and tribes to electronically sign and submit their DMRs. NetDMR improves data quality and reduces costs for the regulated community and agencies. EPA will host two webinars on June 19th and June 21st from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM each day, Eastern time, with different NetDMR topics covered on each day. On June 19, 2012, the webinar covers an introduction to NetDMR, how to create an account, and how to manage access, and on June 21st, data entry of DMRs, importing DMRs, and official copy of record. Register at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/526770873. Exit Disclaimer For additional information on NetDMR, including a map showing where NetDMR is operating or planned, visit http://www.epa.gov/netdmr.

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June 21, 2012 - NetDMR Training Webinar

NetDMR is a national tool to help you electronically file Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) to EPA or a state each month. Once registered in the secure Environmental Information Exchange Network, NetDMR allows NPDES permittees in participating states and tribes to electronically sign and submit their DMRs. NetDMR improves data quality and reduces costs for the regulated community and agencies. EPA will host two webinars on June 19th and June 21st from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM each day, Eastern time, with different NetDMR topics covered on each day. On June 19, 2012, the webinar covers an introduction to NetDMR, how to create an account, and how to manage access, and on June 21st, data entry of DMRs, importing DMRs, and official copy of record. Register at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/526770873. For additional information on NetDMR, including a map showing where NetDMR is operating or planned, visit http://www.epa.gov/netdmr.

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July 8 - August 3, 2012 - Water Resource Technician Training, Tucson, AZ

More information contact: Mohammad.Baloch@bia.gov

 


July 9 - 13, 2012 - EPA'S NPDES Permit Writers' Training Course, Austin, TX

For further information, contact:
Betty Peterson
(703) 385-6000 x181
npdescourse@tetratech-ffx.com


July 11, 2012 - Preventing Environmental Crimes on Tribal Lands, San Diego, CA

More information contact: Christine Foster, 951-296-5595 or cfoster@naepc.com


July 17, 2012 - Preventing Environmental Crimes on Tribal Lands, San Diego, CA

Information contact: Christine Foster, 951-296-5595 or cfoster@naepc.com


July 18 - 20, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop II Tools & Functionality, Alpine, CA

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer


July 19 - 21 - Addressing and Managing Illegal Dumps in Indian Country, Denver, CO

More information contact: Roberta Tohannie, 928-523-2082 or Roberta.Tohannie@nau.edu


July 30, 2012 - August 3, 2012 - Multi-Agency Radiation Survey and Site Investigation Manual (MARSSIM) Training

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For more information on MARSSIM courses, contact:
Kathryn Snead on 202.343.9228 or email at snead.kathryn@epa.gov


August 14 - 15, 2012 - Solid Waste Management Safety and Recycling Strategies, Chandler, AZ

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August 22 - 23, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop I Getting Started with GIS, Sparks, NV

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer


Webinar on Recruiting and Training Veterans for Careers in the Water Sector

EPA will host a webinar for water and wastewater operator certification programs and state drinking water and wastewater programs on recruiting and training veterans for careers in the water sector. Topics will include how VA programs can help veterans obtain operator certification and how states and utilities can employ veterans on a temporary basis at no cost. The webinar is part of a May 2012 memorandum of understanding (MOU) between EPA and the VA Vocational Rehabilitation Employment Services to help connect veterans with disabilities to career opportunities in the water sector

Webinar: Recruiting & Training Veterans for Careers in the Water Sector
Date:
September 13, 2012
Time:
1:00 - 2:30 pm (ET)
Who should attend:
Water and wastewater operator certification programs; State drinking water and wastewater programs
Register:
 https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/766231606
 
For more information, contact Allison Watanabe at (202) 564-0128 or watanabe.allison@epa.gov, or Leah Tai at (202) 564-3259 or tai.leah@epa.gov.


September 17 - 19, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop III Workflow & Analysis, Lakewood, CO

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer


September 25 - 27, 2012 - BIA ArcGIS Desktop I Getting Started with GIS, Cherokee, NC

For more information, please see the DOI Indian Affairs website below or contact Micah Broderick, (877) 293-9494 Micah.broderick@bia.gov, or http://www.indianaffairs.gov/WhatWeDo/ServiceOverview/Geospatial/index.htm#GISSoftware Exit Disclaimer

 


September 25 - 27, 2012 - Developing Alaskan Sustainable Housing, Anchorage AK

http://go.usa.gov/r8b4 or call 907-677-9863 or toll free 1-877-302-9800


October 4, 2012 - Virtual Academy Webinar: Water Quality Standards 101

Registration: Use the URL listed below to register. There is no registration fee for this course.
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October 22 - 23, 2012 - GAP Workshop for New Tribal Environmental Directors, San Francisco, CA

For more information contact: Tim Grant; grant.timothy@epa.gov or (415) 972-3783


October 23 - 25, 2012 - Nonpoint Source Pollution Management and the Watershed Approach, Pueblo of Acoma, NM

Registration: Register for the workshop by visiting the registration website Exit Disclaimer or by PDF  About PDF that can be mailed/faxed/emailed. There is no registration fee for this workshop.


November 13, 2012 - Waste Characterization Training (free), Sherwood Valley Willits, CA

For more information contact: Michelle Baker, (415) 972-3206 or email baker.michelle@epa.gov or Lil Hoaglen, 707-459-9690 or
Sherwood Valley EPA Director at 707-459-3631


March 12 - 15, 2013 - Indoor Air Quality in Tribal Communities Training (Level 1)

For more info, contact Lydia Sheer at Lydia.sheer@nau.edu or 928-523-6887


June 25 - 27, 2013 - Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Schools, Phoenix, AZ

For more information contact:  Marcy Katzin, 415-947-4215, katzin.marcy@epa.gov

 



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