The NTTC is a USEPA Tribal Partnership Group that is focused on providing Tribes with an opportunity for greater input on issues related to toxic chemicals and pollution prevention.

The NTTC will give tribes a forum for providing advice on the development of EPA's chemical management and pollution prevention programs that affect tribes. Given the uniqueness of tribal cultures, communities and environmental problems, the forum will help EPA better tailor and more efficiently address a variety of issues, expand pollution prevention and safer chemical initiatives in Indian country, and better evaluate unique chemical exposures on tribal lands.

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The NTTC collaborated with tribes and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop a set of educational tools to help tribes protect children from potential exposure to lead. Learn more about the Lead Awareness in Indian Country: Keeping our Children Healthy! Curriculum.
Join us at upcoming events:

  • Tuesday, Oct. 27th at 1:00pm ET: Tribal Children’s Health Web Series - An informational session on the Curriculum, hosted by the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council. Register here.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 10th at 1:00pm ET: Virtual Roundtable Discussion - An interactive session with partners to discuss how they used the Curriculum. Register here.

Read the News Release

NTTC nominates Dr. Chris Chaisson for appointment to EPA's SACC

NTTC's Understanding Tribal Exposures to Toxics Report

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