By Kamal Lindoff – Environmental & Transportation Director
Protecting, addressing, and achieving a clean environment, land and sea, and continuing a subsistence way of life for our council and Tribal membership, and future generations.
We manage the Indian General Assistance Program (IGAP) and Brownfield Tribal Response Program (STRP) under our environmental department
Environmental Protections Agency (EPA)
BROWNFIELD STRP SAMPLING PROJECTS
We have completed soil and tissue sampling projects at Sandy Beach, Taku Inlet and Sheep Creek area to determine the levels of heavy metal contamination from historical mines
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Addressing the environmental issues of concern within our territory. In the interest of the DIA, their council and tribal membership, and future generations.
Taking action to address our long-term vision of achieving a clean environment, land and sea, and continuing a subsistence way of life.
Addressing concerns with contamination from historic, current and future mining efforts, derelict fishing gear in the Taku River and contamination from the Juneau Landfill into Gastineau channel. Work with the Taku First Nations to address Salmon Resiliency within the Taku. Identifying and protecting sacred sites within our traditional and historical territory.
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