Tribal Engagement: Distinguishing Consultation from Coordination
Thursday, September 29, 2022
3 PM – 4:30 PM ET
This event is free to attend for PNTS Members. We are suggesting a $15 donation for non-members.
Visit PNTS' Webinar Archive for recordings of Part 1: Foundations of Federal Indian Law and Part 2: Foundations of Tribal Consultation & Visions of Its Future
PNTS would like to extend a special thank you to the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Forest Service for their leadership in making the Tribal Consultation Webinar Series possible.
Overview: Join PNTS for Part 3 in our Tribal Consultation Webinar Series. In this training you will learn about the differences between Tribal consultation, coordination, and engagement, and the responsibilities of different entities to engage in each practice. Additionally, you will hear about successes, failures, and best practices for engaging Indigenous communities from an Indigenous perspective.
Amanda Grace Santos
Cultural Resource Assistant, Forest Service, Continental Divide National Scenic Trail
Coordinator, Trail of Tears MOA Implementation, U.S. Forest Service, Southern Region, Regional Office
Tribal Content Developer, American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association, Inc
Pricinpal Consultant at Kituwah Nighthawk Consulting, LLC
Trail Administrator, Nez Perce (Nee-Me-Poo) National Historic Trail, U.S. Forest Service
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Tribal Engagement: Distinguishing Consultation from Coordination!
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If you missed Part 1: Foundations of Federal Indian Law or Part 2: Foundations of Tribal Consultation & Visions of Its Future, please visit the PNTS Webinar Archive to view the recording. Please note the Part 2 recording will be available after September 1, 2022.