The Fall 2017 Tribal Forum will be an open forum for community members, tribal leaders, students, educators, and tribal environmental and health professionals to explore and create action plans for the important environmental issues that impact the health of tribal communities.
- Early Bird Registration, August 18-September 10, 2017 - $25
- Registration, September 11-September 29, 2017 - $35
- Late Registration, September 30-October 13, 2017 - $45
- At the Door Registration October 19-20, 2017 - $55
Session Topics: Impacts on Health in Tribal Communities
- Global Climate Change
- Agricultural Changes
- Land Beautification & Illegal Trash Dumping
- Air Quality
- Water Quality
- Student Poster Night at the HuHuGam Heritage Center
Student Poster Session
Students who apply to the poster session will also need to register for the forum as well
When - Thursday October 19, 2017 6:00-8:00pm
Where - HuHuGam Heritage Center
Who- High School, Undergraduate, and Graduate students
Poster Ideas - Environment, health, environmental health, sustainability, cultural/traditional ecological knowledge, healthy communities, environmental health sciences; environmental degradation, biology, emotions about the environment and/or climate change impacts
Medium - Boards (tri-folds), posters (no larger than 36in x 48in), powerpoints, oral presentations, models (e.g., green building structures, water ways)
The deadline to register for the student poster session is Friday, October 13, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.
Poster setup begins at 5:00pm on October 19, 2017
Students are to remain near their poster, board, or model. Time slots for oral presentations will be assigned after close of registration.