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    Bridging Indigenous and Traditional Scientific Approaches
      US - West
    by Susan D. Hernandez, Mary E. Clark, and Mansel Nelson; hosted by The Uranium and Radiation Education Outreach (UREO) in Navajo Nation
    This paper presents two projects that bridge the span between indigenous and Western approaches to waste management issues that specifically affect native peoples.
    Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
      US - West
    ITEP was established in 1992 at Northern Arizona University, with a vision to assist Indian Tribes in the management of their environmental resources through effective training and education programs.
    Uranium and Radiation Education Outreach (UREO)
    Navajo US - West
    The Uranium and Radiation Education Outreach (UREO) in Navajo Nation is an educational and public program implemented by the Environmental Education Outreach Program (EEOP) at Northern Arizona University (NAU) and the Uranium Education Program (UEP) at Dine’ College. The goal of UREO is to increase awareness of uranium and radiation health effects and environmental issues for elementary students, high school students, and community members living in communities that are impacted by uranium mining activities on the Navajo Nation.
    Virgil Masayesva Native American Environmental Education Scholarship Fund
      US - West
    A scholarship fund has been established at Northern Arizona University in recognition of Virgil Masayesva and his tireless pursuit to advance Native American environmental education and protection issues around the country. The principal purpose of the fund is to support qualified Native American students who are pursuing environmental careers, and others who are committed to careers associated with environmental protection of Indian Country.

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