The Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (IGAP) is vitally important to the protection and improvement of the health of Indigenous peoples in the United States.
The following series of fact sheets highlights some of the excellent work being done by tribes in Region 10 under the Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (GAP).
For more information about these projects, contact the tribal or EPA staff listed on each fact sheet below.
- Recycling Makes a Difference in Akiak, Alaska (PDF)(2 pp, 821 K, December 2015)
- A Healthier, Cleaner Chalkyitsik Village: GAP Funds Noteworthy Recycling Efforts (PDF)(2 pp, 363 K, December 2015)
- GIS Expansion Helps Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians’ Environmental Projects (PDF)(4 pp, 3 MB, December 2015)
- Koyukuk Landfill Transformation: Burn Unit Significantly Reduces Trash and Cleans Up Community (PDF)(2 pp, 426 K, December 2015)
- Developing a Tribal Environmental Code in Kwigillingok, Alaska: Changing Behaviors to Keep the Community Clean (PDF)(2 pp, 416 K, December 2015)
- Environmental and Public Health Gains Through Landfill Improvements and Education in Tetlin, AK (PDF)(2 pp, 366 K, December 2015)