Other Information

Ecological Revitalization

Ecological restoration is an intentional activity that initiates or accelerates the recovery of an ecosystem with respect to its health, integrity and sustainability.--
SER International Primer 2004

Links

Educational Resources

Ecological Restoration guidelines.pdf
click to download

Climate Change

Tribes and indigenous communities have always adapted to climate changes. We have learned how to adjust our lives to survive. Today climate changes are more intense and extreme.
These links can help tribes learn more about the science and research behind climate change.
TCCNewsletter3.16.pdf
click to download

Links

Educational Resources

SWTCCEffortsAZNM_12-14-11.pdf
click to download
Weathering-Uncertainty 2012.pdf
click to download

Water Quality

Water is very important to tribal commuities and is our sacred life source. Many tribes nationwide have developed water quality programs to protect, maintain and enhance their water resources on tribal lands. The links below provide key tools for training and networking opportunities as well as documents related to surface water quality.

Trainings

Wetlands EPA Training- Nov 5-7, 2013
Albuquerque, NM
To Register:
ctic.org.NARS/Wetlands%20Workshop/

River Network 2014 Conference
rivernetwork.org/events/nationa.river-rally-2012

Federal & State Agencies

Other Links

WQ Standards Resources

WQS Regulatory Clarification 2013 Brochure[1].pdf
click to download
Intro to WQ Standards.pdf
click to download
2013 NMED WQ QAPP.pdf
click to download