We assist communities in EPA Regions 5, 6, 7 and 8 who are redeveloping brownfields. We also provide online tools (available nationally) to create site inventories and to write proposals for EPA funding.
Brownfields technical assistance is available to cities, nonprofits and Tribal organizations at no cost. TAB is a national program funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). TAB helps guide local and tribal governments through the brownfields redevelopment process, using custom-selected teams of experts to address site-specific needs. TAB assistance is usually coordinated through the city, tribal or nonprofit brownfields project manager.
It’s easy to connect with KSU TAB. There’s no formal application process and no cost for TAB services. Communities are accepted on a “first come, first served” basis in each state.
- Call or email us.
- We’ll discuss your community’s needs and how we can help.
- Together, we’ll decide on a plan.
TAB’s e-tools are available to any tribe or community if all 10 EPA Regions. Sign up at the websites below for your free account.
- TAB EZ is a free online tool to help communities write EPA brownfields grant proposals.
- BiT is a free site inventory tool to manage brownfields redevelopment programs.
Workshops, Webinars and Self-Paced Courses
KSU TAB organizes and assists with a variety of brownfields workshops in EPA Regions 5, 6, 7 and 8. Workshops address a wide range of issues and can be tailored to community needs. To sign up for workshops, webinars and self-paced courses, visit our events page. To plan an event, contact your Regional TAB Coordinator.