NAEPC Staff representatives attend meetings, trainings, and conferences to gather information for dissemination to the environmental staff of Member Tribes. NAEPC Staff hosts technical trainings and performs education and outreach at the request of Member Tribes. NAEPC staff does not speak for or represent its Member Tribes.
Any federally recognized tribe may become a member of NAPEC. There is no cost to join NAEPC. A tribe may achieve membership by submitting a Tribal Resolution. Each Tribe requesting membership nominates one delegate and one alternate to serve on the NAEPC Board of Directors.
Board of Directors
NAEPC’s goals and tasks are decided through Board of Directors’ directives and are not duplicates of Member Tribes’ grant tasks. NAEPC does not apply for grants which would compete with Member Tribes.