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National Pesticide Tribal Program: Achieving Public Health and Environmental Protection in Indian Country and Alaska Native Villages

The program overview describes EPA's work with tribes to ensure public health and environmental protection in Indian Country and Alaska Native Villages.

In this overview, you can find the following information:

  • Tribal Facts and Figures
  • Means to Ensure Protection in Indian Country: 
    • Effective Partnerships
    • Working Efficiently 
    • Targeted Risk Assessment and Risk Management
    • Protective Frontline Implementation 
    • Special Section: Representative Tribal Pesticide Protection Activities
    • Policy Development and Interpretation 
    • Program Performance Accountability 
  • Next steps in Indian country 
  • Maps of Indian Reservations 
  • Map of EPA Regional Offices and Pie Charts
  • EPA Headquarters Pesticide Tribal Program Offices
  • EPA Regional Pesticide Tribal Program Offices
  • Sources for Facts and Figures
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