LEO Network

Dear LEO Network Members and Participants,

We invite you to join us for the next Alaska LEO Network webinar TODAY Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 from 2:00-3:30pm. LEO webinars provide an exciting learning experience and connect local observers and organizations from across Alaska to discuss current and emerging environmental changes. 

Agenda:

1:45pm - Conference Line Opens

2:00pm - Welcome, Agenda Review

2:05pm - LEO Observation Review

2:20pm - Open Sharing of Observations from LEO Members

2:30pm - Presentation             

Brownfields, ANCSA Contaminated Lands, and What You Can Do

Joy Britt, Sr. Program Manager at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Lisa Griswold, Environmental Program Specialist III, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation

Description:

Observing and recording contaminated sites in our communities may seem difficult as many of us do not know what types of contaminants are present, how they may impact our health, our environment, and our food, and further do not want to get landowners in trouble. This LEO webinar will help shed light on what community members can do in regards to brownfields and new legislation that may help lead to clean-up!


To access webinar and/or call-in

  • The webinar room will open at 1:45 on May 21st, 2019. Click "Join Webinar" at the top of this message to enter the webinar room
  • Please call in to the webinar rather than have the webinar call you.
    • Participant Call-in Line: 1-800-832-0736
    • Access Code: *6298822#
    • Participant Self Mute/Un-Mute Code: *#

*All LEO webinars are recorded and archived on the LEO Website.


Thank you LEO Network members for joining us in the May webinar.

Respectfully,

The LEO Team at ANTHC