ARRT Guidelines for Coordination and Consultation with Federally-Recognized Tribes
Summer 2020: 2020 Alaska Regional Response Team and Alaska Area Committees Guidelines for Coordination and Consultation with Federally Recognized Tribes. We would appreciate your comments. Please submit any comments or questions to Mary Goolie, EPA ARRT Coordinator/Area Planner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The ARRT first produced the ARRT Guidelines for Coordination and Consultation with Federally Recognized Tribes in 2014 to help ensure consistancy in our interactions with federally-recognized tribes. . The ARRT Coordinators (from U.S Coast Guard, Environmental Protection Agency and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation) have recently updated this guidance to reflect the new Contingency Planning structure and formation of Area Committees in Alaska.
You may view the 2014 Alaska Regional Response Team (ARRT) Guidelines for Coordination & Consultation With Federally-Recognized Tribes here.
ARRT Tribal Newletter.
2020 ARRT Tribal Newsletter (August 2020: Coming Soon)
ARRT Member Agency's Tribal Outreach Programs
- EPA Region 10 https://www.epa.gov/tribal/region-10-tribal-programs
Please see this website for information on the EPA's Regional Tribal Operations Committee, the Indian Environmental General Assistance Program, Tribal Consultation procedure, and air quality and solid waste resources.
Tribal and Small Community Emergency Response Planning and Preparedness Resources:
- EPA Region 10 "Guidance for Preparing Tribal Emergency Response Plans"
- Alaska, Emergency Response Guide for Small Communities
- Alaska, Small Community Emergency Response Plans (SCERP)
- Building a 7-Day Emergency Kit
- Your Basic Emergency Kit, Yupik translation