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Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma uses GAP to develop brownfields program

In FY2016, the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma added a new component to their GAP work plan: assessment and remediation of contaminated sites. Specific tasks under this component included staff training and completing a site inventory. Training was completed in several program areas including remediation and emergency response. Training and completion of site inventories increased program capacity and prepared the Kickapoo Department of Environmental Programs (KDEP) to implement an effective brownfields program. 

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