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NNEPA 2008 - Conference

Event: 5th Annual Environmental Conference

Entertainment: To Be Announced

Conference Dates: April 15, 16, & 17, 2008

Location: Navajo Nation Museum, Library, & Visitor Center

Time: 8 am to 4:30 pm daily (NOTE: Daylight Savings Time)

By Popular Demand: Kid's Day on April 17th 

Registration Forms:


Register Today By Faxing In Form

Registration Form for Presenters

Information Booth Registration Form

Conference Flyer

Exhibits/Information Booth: $250 per booth; Please fax in Registration Forms

For schools, please submit conference registration form & indicate number of students

Poster Contest winners will be announced on Kid's Day; To enter Poster Contest, please print guidelines; Deadline to submit entries: April 4, 2008

Sponsorship Packet

Three Sponsorship Catagory

Sponsorship Invitation Letter

Conference Sponsor(s)

Navajo Nation Department of Transportation

Thursday April 17, 2008

* 8:00 am to 12-noon Registration Opens (refreshments)

* 9:30 am to 2:00 pm Information Booth for kids

Invited Kid's Day Booths:


Navajo Nation Zoo involvement


Navajo Culture & Heritage


Health issues/concerns


Youth Activities


Diabetes & Navajo Children


Water Conservation




Do's & Don'ts


Radon House model - NNEPA/Radon Program


Watershed Model - NNEPA/Water Quality Program


Safe Drinking Water


Responsible Pet Owner


Identify Animal Tracks


Water Model Truck


Livestock Care


Battery Powered Bike


How to Prepare for College


Various College Representatives

Movie day - Environmentally related - auditorium

10:00 am - 2:00 pm Castle Jumper (inflatable jumping station by Super Fun R., LLC)

10:00 am to 2:00 pm Rock Climbing station (by Kokopelli Adventures)

Noon - Lunch will be provided (Entertainment: TBA)

1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Afternoon Refreshments

4:00 pm End of Kid's Day

Kid's Day Agenda: Printable PDF

Every year, the Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency recognizes and honors community members and organization for their excellent contribution in the environment for Navajo Nation in these categories:

* Navajo Nation Chapter (one from each agency)
* Private Company
* Federal, State, or County government
* Individual Citizen
* Grass Root organization

The Navajo EPA Confrence is held each year to allow increased accessibility of NNEPA programs to the Navajo communities and to provide outreach to Navajo people throughout Dine' tah (Navajoland).

The conference planning committee meets a few times a month to plan for the fifth annual environmental conference. Previous conferences include: March 2004 , April 2005, April 2006, and April 2007.

Additional information will be posted as it becomes available. This is a free conference except for information booth. All events will take place at the conference site (Navajo Nation Museum, Library, & Visitor Center-Window Rock, AZ.)

Lodging Information

Navajo Land Inn & Suites-Saint Michaels: 928.871.5691

Quality Inn-Window Rock: 800.662.6189

Motels in Gallup (30 miles to conference)

For additional information: Arval McCabe, 928.871.7798
NNEPA 2008 Conference Questions : info@navajonationepa.org