After nearly 20 years with the U.S. Forest Service, CPN member Michael Dockry accepted his current position as assistant professor in the Forest Resources Department at the University of Minnesota.
The NRCS workshop helped attendees understand the development of agricultural practices over the past two decades and presented steps to reduce their domestic environmental impact.
Ensuring future generations have access to safe water supplies requires a few simple rules and everyday actions to help improve the quality of one of life’s essential substances.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation Office of Environmental Health created a list of actions to address climate change risks in the Great Plains and decrease the Tribe’s environmental impact.
In 2006, Citizen Potawatomi Nation started its own Department of Environmental Protection with the purpose of protecting the CPN Tribal jurisdiction by maintaining, observing and safeguarding the quality of surface water resources. Environmental specialists Micah Isaacs and Jody Johnson spend much of their work weeks on or in the various Tribal-supervised waterways collecting samples. “The Read More »