Date/Location Description
American Indian/Alaska Native Women’s Health Conference Aug. 4-6
Oklahoma City, OK
ACOG Best Practices in Women’s Health: Focus on American Indian/Alaska Native Women’s Health training! The course includes lectures and hands-on workshops for the latest evidence-based updates in women’s health. You will also have the option to attend the pre-course one-day Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) certification course and/or a post course buprenorphine waiver-qualifying training. Participants of all health areas are invited to attend one, two or all three days of the training. REGISTER TODAY!
LIHTC Property Site Compliance Training Aug. 14-15
Albuquerque, NM
For more info. and to register, visit Low Income Housing Tax Credit Property Site Compliance Training
2019 Tribal Lands & Environment Forum Aug 19-22
Palm Springs, CA
9th annual Forum features special trainings, field trips, and breakout sessions focused on the conference theme: A National Conversation on Tribal Land and Water Resources . Topics highlighted incl. solid/hazardous waste management, brownfields, UST/LUSTs, Superfund sites, & emergency response. Tribal water program topics – water quality, drinking water, and habitat restoration (including wetlands, streams and fisheries) will also be included with breakout sessions, trainings and field trips. More info. at:
Tribal Disaster Debris Management Training Aug. 19-20
Green Bay, WI
Hosted by U.S. EPA – Region 5, the Oneida Nation, & National Tribal Emergency Mgmt Council. IS YOUR TRIBE PREPARED TO MANAGE DEBRIS AFTER A DISASTER? This training is geared towards tribal staff involved in emergency management, waste management, public works, and planning. Debris management is an integral part of emergency management, especially in response to extreme weather or other disasters. Tribes that incorporate sustainable materials management into their disaster debris management plans are better prepared to handle disaster debris in a more efficient, environmentally beneficial manner. Participants will work in small groups with staff from other tribal and other governmental agencies to begin developing effective, sustainable debris management plans before disasters strike. Space is limited. Register by June 21, 2019 by emailing Dolly Tong at . This training is offered at no cost as part of the National Tribal Emergency Mgmt Conf. Conference attendance is optional. For more info., go to
2019 National Native Media Conference Sept. 15-19
Lake Prior, MN
Program features sessions about Indigenous media, journalism training and workshops, and a wealth of information to support and enhance knowledge and skills of our membership. This year, the joint conference will also focus on food systems, nutrition & health in Indian Country. Sessions will be led by Indigenous journalists teaching in-depth skills & sharing new insights on media in Indian Country. For more info., visit
2019 National Brownfields Training Conference Dec. 11-13
Los Angeles, CA
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