Monument Valley, Navajo Nation
In addition to the tribal resources listed in our calendar and documents database, SmallWaterSupply.org has been involved in the development of several other tools and programs for tribes. Resources currently available include the Tribal Utility News newsletter and the Tribal Contact Manager, both of which are discussed below. We have also been working with the RCAP network, ITCA, and USET to promote Native American Water Masters’ Association (NAWMA) workgroups for tribal utility personnel. For more information on NAWMA partners, topics, and meetings, see this page. In 2013, we also promoted the Tribal Utility Governance (TUG) program, which provided training and technical assistance on utility management topics. Though TUG trainings are no longer being offered, you can access the associated manual and recordings of the trainings here.
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In an effort to provide tribal operators with more specific resources and information, we're delivering a semi-monthly newsletter with exclusive articles and news links relevant to issues in Indian Country. Click here to see past issues. You can also download a factsheet detailing how SmallWaterSupply.org serves tribal water operators.