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Your INVITED...ITEP 10th Anniversary, 09/19-20, 2002

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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    ... We will have door prizes and curriculum materials for those that participate. Unfortunately, we do not have any funds for travel reimbursement. ...
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 15, 2002
      >
      >Greetings!
      >
      >Educators of Native American students, you are invited to attend the ITEP 10th
      >Anniversary festivities. Please contact Mansel Nelson by telephone at
      >928-523-1496 or by email at Mansel.Nelson@....
      >
      >Spaces are limted, reserve your space to participate in panel discussions,
      >learn from leading environmental scholars, and network with tribal
      >environmental professionals. Only 25 slots are available, so act today!!!

      We will have door prizes and curriculum materials for those that
      participate. Unfortunately,
      we do not have any funds for travel reimbursement.


      >--------The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
      >---Recipient of EPA's Environmental Excellence Award for 2000-2001
      >
      >---------------------10th Anniversary Agenda
      >---------------------------1992-2002
      >------------Honoring the Past, Embracing the Future
      >--------------------September 19-20, 2002
      >
      >********Thursday, September 19th, 2002********
      >
      >9:00AM - Opening Ceremony - du Bois Center Ballroom, Bldg. 64
      >---------Traditional Prayer & Flautist
      >---------Welcome Address, Dr. Gary Nabhan, Director
      >---------Center for Sustainable Environments (CSE), NAU
      >
      >---------Introduction to Events, Virgil Masayesva, Director
      >---------Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP), NAU
      >
      >10:00AM - Concurrent Sessions
      >----Session A - du Bois Center Ballroom, Bldg. 64
      >-----------ITEP Overview Presentation, Virgil Masayesva & Annabelle Allison,
      >-----------Minor New Source Review,Joyce Barkley, US EPA
      >-----------Tribal Air Quality Designation Issues, Julie McClintock,USEPA
      >
      >----Session B­ - Hanley Hall Hooper Conference Room, Bldg. 7(TENTATIVE)
      >------------Environmental Education Overview, ­Mansel A. Nelson
      >------------Program Coordinator
      >------------ITEP Environmental Education Outreach Program
      >
      >12:00PM - Brown Bag Lunch On Your Own
      >----------East Entrance Outside Quad, University Union, Bldg. 30
      >----------Traditional Drum Music Provided
      >
      >1:00PM - Concurrent Sessions
      >----Session C, Ardrey Auditorium, Bldg. 37A
      >-----------Keynote Speaker, Winona LaDuke, Author & Environmental Activist
      >-----------"Native Americans & environmental education"
      >
      >----Session D, Cline Library Screening Rooms A & B, Bldg. 28
      >---------------Video Presentations......"In Light of Reverence"
      >---------------------------------"Arctic Haze";"Unseen Spirits"
      >----------------------------------------------"Bears In Danger"
      >
      >3:00PM - Concurrent Sessions
      >----Session E, Havasupai A, B & C,University Union, Bldg. 30 &
      >--------West Entrance Outside Quad, University Union, Bldg. 30
      >----------------Environmental EXPO & Equipment Demonstrations:
      >----------------Informational tables from various regional,local
      >----------------and campus groups focusing on Native American
      >----------------and environmental issues.
      >
      >----Session F, Cline Library, Screening Rooms A & B, Bldg. 28
      >----------------Video Presentations......"In Light of Reverence"
      >----------------------------------"Arctic Haze";"Unseen Spirits"
      >-----------------------------------------------"Bears In Danger"
      >
      >5:00PM - Dinner Break
      >
      >7:00PM - Special Guest Speaker­, duBois Center Ballroom, Bldg. 64
      >-------------------Keynote Speaker, Charles Wilkinson, Professor
      >------------------College of Law, University of Colorado-Boulder
      >--------------Native Americans politics and the Colorado Plateau
      >
      >*****Friday, September 20th, 2002*****
      >
      >9:00AM - Concurrent Sessions, Havasupai A, B, & C,University Union, Bldg. 30
      >-----Session G
      >--------Panel Discussion:
      >-----------Relationships between the Environment and Native Health
      >-----------Dr. Gary Nabhan, Director Center for Sustainable Environments, NAU
      >--------Panel Discussion:
      >-----------Water Management Issues in Indian Country
      >-----------John Roanhorse (moderator), Assistant Director
      >-----------Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, NAU
      >
      >10:00AM - Concurrent Sessions, Havasupai A, B, & C, University Union, Bldg. 30
      >-----Session H
      >--------Panel Discussion:
      >-----------Minor New Source Review Program
      >-----------Joyce Barkley (moderator)
      >-----------US EPSA
      >--------Panel Discussion:
      >-----------Enviro. Education/Enviro. Advocacy/Enviro. Justice
      >-----------Mansel A. Nelson, Program Coordinator
      >-----------ITEP Environmental Education Outreach Program
      >
      >11:00AM - Closing Ceremony, ­Havasupai A, B, & C, University Union, Bldg. 30
      >------Traditional Dance Performance
      >------Recognition Awards presented by Virgil Masayesva & Annabelle Allison
      >------Traditional Prayer/ Closing


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      Mansel A. Nelson
      Program Coordinator Voice 928 523 1275 / 1496
      Environmental Education Outreach Program Fax 928 523 1280
      Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals mansel.nelson@...
      PO Box 5765
      Northern Arizona University Hanley Hall
      Flagstaff, AZ 86011 Bldg 7, Room 112
      http://www.nau.edu/eeop/
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      "We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our
      children." Native American Proverb

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