Join the Tribal P2 Network Listserv

We invite you to join us in making tribal pollution prevention efforts and this website even more effective. By entering your information below, you can be part of the Tribal P2 Network. As a member of the network, you’ll receive email notices inviting you to informational webinars or conference calls pertaining to pollution prevention topics, as well as occasional other emails of interest to tribal members and environmental managers. We will not sell, trade, rent or share your email address, and we only list the names of individuals who wish to be listed as collaborators. We list the tribe/agency/organization of each network member, as well as their website and location (for use on our member map).

Your Name *required

Your Email *required

Your title or position

The name of your tribe, agency, organization, etc. *required

Your tribe, agency or organization's website address:

Office Zip Code (for use on our member map) *required

May we list you as a Collaborator on the website, along with the information you provide here? This means that other tribes may contact you about your particular areas of expertise, and we will include your name as a contact for your tribe, agency, organization, etc.

Yes; include my name and list me as a collaborator.No; do not list me as a collaborator.I'm not sure

If you're unsure as to whether you'd like to be listed as a collaborator, please explain here (please also proceed with the questions below and we'll contact you before posting your information):

What are your or your tribe's area(s) of expertise (these will be listed on the website, so that others who are interested in these areas may connect with you to collaborate):

Air QualityHealthOfficesCasinosHomesSchoolsChemicals/ToxinsHospitalitySolid WasteClimate ChangeIndoor Air QualityWater: Conserve ItCultureInfrastructureWater: Keep It CleanEnergy EfficiencyMining & IndustryWildlife & HabitatEnergy: Renewables

Other area(s) of expertise (please specify)

Would you like to tell us more about the expertise, services, and/or resources that you can offer to other tribes in regards to pollution prevention?

Has your tribe received any state or federal grant funding to assist you in your pollution prevention projects?


If so, from which agencies?

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)Department of Energy (DOE)U.S. Dept of Agriculture (USDA)Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Other funding sources (please specify)