KSU Tribal TAB Program

Providing “Technical Assistance to Brownfields” to all U.S. Federally Recognized Tribes - including Alaska tribes and their communities!

* A National Program funded by EPA via a grant to Kansas State University

* Tribal TAB Team: A team of professionals and experienced staff with knowledge of 128(a) Tribal Response Programs (TRPs) and Brownfields and related topics and issues, and having tribal backgrounds and experience that understand brownfields issues in a tribal context.

* Free assistance to the Tribal Response Program (TRP) brownfields efforts, coordinated through the tribal TRP-Brownfields coordinator or Environmental Program Manager.

- Training sessions at conferences: ITEP-TLEF and ATCEM/AFE

- Workshops & Roundtables

- RTOC meetings

- Local Tribal meetings

- One-on-One

- Tribal Mentors

- 128(a) Tribal Response Programs (TRPs)

* Online Tribal Brownfields Forum

The Forum hosts online discussions on many topics, such as grants, emergency response, and useful tools & technologies. As a member of the Forum you are encouraged to participate in these discussions, share your own knowledge, and learn from other members.

*Requests for assistance accepted on a ‘first come’ basis. No application process, just contact us!

Contact the KSU Team Leaders:
Scott Nightingale, Director (& Coordinator for TAB Region 6), scottnight@ksu.edu, (785) 532-6028
Mickey Hartnett, Co-Director, mickeyh@ksu.edu or envirofields@gmail.com, (605) 721-8088
Blase Leven, KSU TAB Programs Coordinator, baleven@ksu.edu