A video recording of the April 19, 2017 webinar hosted by Prosper Sustainably on “How the Pala Tribe and Yavapai Apache Nation Developed and Use an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP)” is now posted. Click here to view this video on YouTube. To download a PDF of the webinar slides, please click here.
During this case study webinar on “How the Pala Tribe and Yavapai Apache Nation Developed and Use an ETEP,” Josh Simmons from Prosper Sustainably, Shasta Gaughen, Director of the PED, and David Lewis, Environmental Manager for the YANEPD described how the PED and YANEPD each developed a functional, living, and adaptable Tribal Environmental Plan (TEP) and how they continue to regularly use their TEP to guide PED and YANEPD operations to achieve their tribe’s environmental goals and objectives. This webinar recording is recommended for anyone that is in the process of developing an ETEP, or helping others with this process. This webinar recording will also be valuable for anyone that wants to get the most out of an existing ETEP.
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